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A London-based coffee shop has vowed to submit a trademark application for the term ‘F*ckoffee’ after the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) rejected its application for the term but with the swear word spelled out in full for being “highly offensive”.
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UK Intellectual Property Office; Fuckoffee; F*ckoffee; trademarks; 1994 Trade Marks Act