The Fair Pint group, a campaign body looking to end pub beer ties, has announced that it wants to meet the heads of the UK’s six main pub companies. The group said that it had written to the chief executives of Punch Taverns, Enterprise Inns, Admiral Taverns, Scottish & Newcastle Pub Enterprises, Greene King and Marston’s requesting a meeting. It said that it wanted to talk to the six largest pub groups before submitting evidence to the Business and Enterprise Committee. Brian Jacobs, one of the members of the Fair Pint group, said: "Our campaign has identified a number of issues that are currently impacting on the public house industry and we would, therefore, welcome the opportunity to meet with you, in the near future, to discuss these issues before we submit evidence to the Committee. "I hope that you will be willing to meet with representatives of the campaign, and I look forward to hearing from you. The campaign, which is headed by Freedom for Pubs Association founder Mike Bell, surveyor David Morgan and pubco tenants Mark Dodds and Steve Corbett, is calling for the tie to be removed from pubco pubs and for the 2004 select committee enquiry recommendations to be made mandatory. The group, which was launched in May and is backed by Vince Power, who started the Mean Fiddler Group, has managed to secure a second enquiry into the conduct of pubcos.