John Grogan MP is to host a second meeting in Parliament to discuss Sky, writes John Harrington. The ongoing debate about foreign satellite football and Ofcom’s report into the Pay TV market will be discussed at the meeting on 20 October. MPs will be invited to attend. Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers chief executive Nick Bish and solicitor Paul Dixon — who represents Karen Murphy, the licensee appealing her foreign satellite conviction in Europe — have been invited to speak. Grogan, MP for Selby and chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary Beer Group, said: “A number of MPs have been lobbied over the Parliamentary recess by licensees regarding the issue of the cost of installing Sky TV in licensed premises. “With the forthcoming court cases in Europe and the report of Ofcom into the Pay TV market due by Christmas, I thought it was an appropriate time to raise the issue.” Grogan controversially invited foreign satellite suppliers to a debate at Westminster in June last year, sparking an angry response the Premier League and Sky.