Many years ago I believe that there was a dispute between South Yorkshire Road Car Co. and South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive/Authority which I seem to remember was lost by the older private company (Road Car Co.) although bothsubsequently used the name "South Yorkshire".
I have often thought local Councils could make some extra brass by"licensing" the name of their town/district to loacl businesses who use thename to describe or suggest geographical location.
Presumably it was cheaper for IR to cough up £194 than to engage in somelegalistic approach.
However, why didn't they just go forwww.inlandrevenue.gov.uk or even .co.uk or even .com ? Exactly whoallocates these extensions and do they mean what I think (i.e. gov beingsomething to do with local or national government; co being a company - notnecessarily limited)?
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