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McDonalds bids for late night burger licence

PUBLISHED: 14:36 05 March 2008 | UPDATED: 13:04 05 October 2010

A FAST food joint has applied to sell burgers and chips in to the early hours. McDonalds in Bethnal Green Road has asked Tower Hamlets council to change its licence so it can stay open until 2am every day. The restaurant currently opens until 11pm but fr

A FAST food joint has applied to sell burgers and chips in to the early hours.

McDonalds in Bethnal Green Road has asked Tower Hamlets council to change its licence so it can stay open until 2am every day.

The restaurant currently opens until 11pm but franchisee Almaz Anteneh has applied for the license to be extended and the council's licensing committee is due to consider the application at its meeting tonight.

Neighbour Karon Goldman has objected to the application, saying the customers at the restaurant are noisy late at night.

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