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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Peter MacDiarmid/Shutterstock (12225039a) John Lydon, former frontman of iconic punk band The Sex Pistols, once known as Johnny Rotten, leaves the High Court Rolls building in central London. Bandmates Paul Cook and Steve Jones are suing Lydon over the use of their songs in a new Danny Boyle film. Mr Lydon is arguing that licences for the songs cannot be given without his consent. Sex Pistols case, London, UK - 21 Jul 2021
2021-07-21
Rex Features/East News
Rex Features
Peter MacDiarmid/Shutterstock
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