Style magazine Style threatens to take legal action against a bar in Burnley with the exact same name

FASHION mag Style has threatened to take legal action against a club with the same name in down-to-earth Burnley.Rebecca McQuoid and hubby Jason, 26, have owned the weekend haunt given that 2012. The club in Burnley is called Vogue

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The magazine which is owned by

Conde Nast sent out a letter threatening the owners of the bar However they were amazed to get a letter implicating them of breaching the glossy’s copyright and ordering them to lose the name Style by the New Year.Rebecca, 28, stated:”No one’s going to believe,’I question if Kate Moss is at Style Burnley this week?'”Everybody understands it’s nothing to do with the

publication.’I’M RAVAGED’Dog walker apologises after his ‘Staffie ‘mauls Beagle to death BULGER KILLER When did kid killer Robert Thompson come out as gay? BRAZIL ACE RAPE PITY Robinho sentenced to 9 years in prison after gang rape in club PIGGY SPANK Philip Hammond unleashes ₤ 500million stealth tax on ten million savers ILL XMAS RAIDERS Mum awakens to burglar holding a butcher’s knife to her child’s throat HAZZA PUT A RING ON IT? Harry and Meghan engagement announcement’imminent ‘” They have actually made their millions, they

do not care about a little service attempting to make something in Burnley.”The couple, who live in a ₤ 90,000 balcony, can not

manage a legal battle

so are rushing to rebrand under a new name.Publisher Conde Nast stated:” We do not comment on pending conflicts

.”Hollywood giant Warner

Bros has actually been accused of bullying a family-run coffee shop over its Harry Potter tea parties.The international entertainment company forced business to alter the name of its weekly Harry Potter Afternoon Tea, saying it breached copyright laws.The Flower Coffee shop in Plymouth began the Friday teas a month earlier, where visitors wear Harry Potter costumes.The occasion will now be known as the

Wizards’Afternoon Tea.The coffee shop said on Facebook:” We’re now awaiting an e-mail from the Huge Guy in the North Pole to tell us we can’t say Christmas Afternoon Tea.”Vogue editor Anna Wintour covertly recorded dancing her socks off

to Katy Perry