Hit TV show Glee could be renamed after the owners of an Oxford comedy club of the same name won a legal victory.
A High Court judged ruled the musical show infringed the copyright of the UK network of clubs, including one in Hythe Bridge Street, Oxford.
Judge Roger Wyand ordered that the show be renamed when shown in the UK and that its US-based production company 21st Century Fox should pay the clubs’ owner, Comic Enterprises, damages of £100,000.
The media giant was given permission to appeal against the ruling.
5:19pm Wednesday 2nd September 2015
A WOMAN who found a camera in the shower of a Travelodge has said she feels disgusted by the incident.
7:20am Wednesday 2nd September 2015
ALMOST 40 firefighters were tackling a straw bale fire in a field in Hanwell near Banbury last night.
8:30am Wednesday 2nd September 2015
DRIVERS on three of the county’s busiest roads have been hit by delays more than 28 times every day this year.
7:23pm Wednesday 2nd September 2015
FIREFIGHTERS in Eynsham rushed out this evening to rescue a cow from a river.
1:26pm Wednesday 2nd September 2015
TRAFFIC is building up around the Kennington Roundabout and Southern Bypass Road after a lorry shed “a couple of bags” on the dual carriageway.
9:00am Wednesday 2nd September 2015
THE headteacher at a leading Oxford independent school has claimed mobile phones offer “limitless” possibilities for education in the classroom.