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RT @The_IPO: #IPCrimeReport16 launched today shows trends in IP crime & how authorities are working to combat it https://t.co/Qg3PDk7C5n

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@gacgjohn Yes fate of UPC definitely uncertain, but decision to ratify (or not) Agreement not necessarily dependent on Art 50

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RT @BIPCNewcastle: Small businesses not taking advantage of Patent Box relief | Startups. co. uk https://t.co/Mx8v2qoQbC

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