Jeremy Blood has ended his role as chairman of LT Pub Management, fuelling speculation that he will retain his position as chief executive of Mitchells & Butlers (M&B) on a permanent basis. Blood’s role at LT Pub Management, the pub management company that emerged from the pre-pack administration of London Town, ceased on 21 June, according to a note published at Companies House this morning. Blood, former boss of Heineken UK and Scottish & Newcastle Pub Enterprises, was made interim chief executive of M&B in March this year after the departure of CEO Adam Fowle. An M&B source has suggested that Blood may well be offered the chief executive role at M&B on a permanent basis. Blood was named chairman of LT Pub Management in April 2010.