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News Group Newspapers Limited
UK Limited Company, (Company number: 679215)
1 London Bridge Street
Registrant contact details validated by Nominet on 25-Jul-2014
News Corp UK & Ireland Limited [Tag = NEWSINT]
Registered on: 05-Jul-2011
Expiry date: 05-Jul-2015
Last updated: 13-Aug-2014
Registered until expiry date.
WHOIS lookup made at 15:01:19 01-Oct-2014
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