Pubs Code Adjudicator Paul Newby has said he hopes to “achieve cultural change” where needed with the tenanted pub sector.
The Campaign for Real Ale has pleaded with national newspapers not to misreport studies on alcohol consumption.
Ministers are set to give way over business rates and pay hundreds of millions of pounds in compensation to those worst hit by the tax
A member of the Scottish Parliament has launched a consultation ahead of a proposed bill to introduce a Pubs Code north of the border.
The Institute of Licensing (IoL) has extended Daniel Davies’ term as chairman.
Licensing law firm Poppleston Allen investigates the situation in Southampton – one year on from the introduction of Late Night Levy. Using data from Freedom of Information Requests, the group looks at the costs, impact and effectiveness of the measure.
Oakman Inns & Restaurants chief executive Peter Borg-Neal says that in the fallout from the Brexit, the sector needs to unite behind a common cause that can provide a boost to all operators. Is it time to reignite the VAT cut debate?
Following the result of last week’s EU Referendum, Chris Wormald, partner at Fieldfisher, gives an update on the implications of Brexit on franchise agreements which are governed by English law.
Speaking at yesterday’s ALMR Spring Conference, employment minister and prominent Vote Leave campaigner Priti Patel set out her case for why Brexit would benefit the UK hospitality sector:
Writing for MCA’s sister title The Publican’s Morning Advertiser, Adam Bernstein takes a look at some of the key areas that would affect the pub sector if the British public votes to leave the European Union, and how a rejection of the continent could shape the landscape for pub operators in years to come
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