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Dipping into tax funds ‘only option’ for many self-employed

A financial expert has said many self-employed publicans will have no option but to use the funds saved for tax to pay immediate bills after Chancellor Rishi Sunak revealed his plans to help self employed people last night (Thursday 26 March), set to begin in June.

Shift availability drops by almost 80% in a month

The number of shifts available to workers in the hospitality industry has fallen 76.6% in the past month, showing the impact Covid-19 has had on the sector, new research shows.

Pubs suffer 67% sales drop in week of closure announcement

Managed pub, bar and restaurant groups saw a drastic drop of 71% in like-for-like sales in the week the Government ordered all licensed premises to close.

£15m City Pub Group share offer to offset coronavirus impact

City Pub Group has revealed that it has raised Â15m from the successful placing of 30,000,000 new ordinary shares today (27 March).

Daily Bulletin - Friday 27 March

The Morning Advertiser editor Ed Bedington delivers a rundown of the latest news for pubs in regard to coronavirus including the help package for self-employed announced last night by the Chancellor.

Growing support for #UnitedWeStand campaign

As pressure continues to mount on the challenged hospitality sector, the organisers behind industry campaign United We Stand are delighted to announce soft drinks giant Britvic as the latest supplier to back the cause.

Things to know about the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

The Government has set out more details around its job retention scheme, which was announced by the Chancellor, to help businesses that have been severely affected by coronavirus.

Alcohol and furniture stolen in raid on GK pub

Police have blamed travellers of breaking into and damaging a recently refurbished Greene King pub, and for taking alcohol and furniture.

Budweiser Brewing Group programme to plough £1m into Britain’s pubs

Budweiser Brewing Group UK&I, part of AB InBev, has today (Friday 27 March) launched a new programme to help Britainâs pubs through coronavirus closures.

Greene King boss takes 50% pay cut amid Covid-19 pandemic

Greene King CEO Nick Mackenzie has said he will take a 50% drop in pay for the duration of the coronavirus crisis and executive board members have also reduced their pay by 30%.

Hall & Woodhouse cancels rent and suspends loan repayments

Dorset-based pub group Hall & Woodhouse has announced rent and service charges have been cancelled for all its tenants for eight weeks, backdated to Sunday 22 March.

Self-employed can receive up to 80% of average profits from June

Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has outlined the Governmentâs plans for self-employed people, with a taxable grant that will cover 80% of individualâs earnings and begin in June.

‘People and cash flow will get us through’

A focus on the team and cash flow is how North Bar/North Brewing Co is weathering the storm of Covid-19, co-founder Christian Townsley told The Morning Advertiser.

Shepherd Neame puts 85% of workforce on stand-by

Brewer and pub operator Shepherd Neame has announced its plans for staff payment, which includes asking 85% of its employees to not work and a temporary salary reduction for higher paid staff who are still working.

Calls for clarity on Government job retention scheme as JDW outlines plans

The boss of JD Wetherspoon says he hopes his staff will receive the first payment under the governmentâs coronavirus job retention scheme on Friday 3 April, but awaits clarification.

Bottle shops within breweries exempt from closures

Licensed shops selling alcohol, including those within breweries, are exempt from the UK shutdown, the Government has clarified.

JDW asks suppliers for payment break

Pub behemoth JD Wetherspoon (JDW) has asked suppliers via email for a moratorium on payments until its pubs reopen, at which point it intends to clear outstanding payments within a short time-frame.

Daily Bulletin - Thursday 26 March

The Morning Advertiser editor Ed Bedington delivers a rundown of the latest news for pubs in regard to coronavirus including the growing criticism of the banking sector.

What to do with food before closing a pub kitchen

Many pubs are choosing to close entirely rather than continue their operations as a takeaway or delivery service. Two gastropub operators share their advice to pubs closing down their kitchens about what to do with leftover food.

Care for draught lines vital when forced to shut cellar

Experts have issued advice on how best to close down the cellar with tips on keg, cask and postmix drinks as well as what to do when it is time to reopen again.