Copyright – Licence. The Chancery Division considered the powers of the Copyright Tribunal (the tribunal), in a dispute concerning four licences that the defendants held with the claimant organisations of the BBC. The court held that the Copyright Tribunal did not have jurisdiction under s 126 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 to set the terms of licences of foreign copyrights but, nevertheless, it had the power in some circumstances to make an order in respect of the whole of a licence that covered both UK and foreign copyrights.