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Star licensees urge Government action to save ‘thousands of wet led pubs’

Nationwide pub operator Star Pubs & Bars, and a number of its licensees, have implored the Government to reconsider Covid secure measures imposed on the hospitality sector under its new tiered alert system.

Welsh pubs to be banned from selling alcohol

Hospitality businesses in Wales will not be allowed to sell alcohol under fresh restrictions.

Review needed for Government ‘evidence’ on trade transmission risk

The Government has been urged to review its âevidenceâ on the risk of coronavirus virus transmission in hospitality.

Tier 2 operators 'still very unsure' on meal rules

Pub operators in tier two areas have said they still do not feel confident about what is permitted within the new rules.

Third self-employed grant scheme now open

Self-employed licensees can now claim the third income support grant as the service opens from today (Monday 30 November).

12 Apps of Christmas

Christmas is coming and the pub sector is inundated with restrictions but hopefully technology can provide some of the solutions to allow operators to make the most of whatever opportunities theyâve got.

Curfew extension will make ‘little impact' to almost half of operators, survey says

The one-hour extension of the curfew will have âlittle impactâ to 47% of operatorsâ businesses, a trade poll has found.

Hawthorn Leisure unveils community-focused rebrand

Real estate investment trust NewRiverâs 700-strong pub arm will rebrand as âHawthorn: The Community Pub Companyâ as it seeks to become the UKâs number one community operator.

'An injustice to an industry that has done everything to comply'

The announcement of the tiering system leaving 99% of the UK in higher and extreme restrictive measures has come as a hammer blow to the hospitality industry - as Greene King ceo Nick Mackenize said, a lockdown in all but name.

‘Industry has a gun held to its head’

The Morning Advertiser's Ed Bedington spoke to Sarah Weir of Albion & East to discuss the big issues from the news this week.

Map: where can pubs open in England?

The Morning Advertiser (MA) has mapped out the new tier system for England as large swathes of the country have been placed under tier two measures.

MPs oppose 'further hardship for our hospitality industry'

A number of MPs have said they will vote down the Government's new tiered coronavirus approach.

On-trade increasingly split between ‘strongly positive’ and ‘strongly negative’ Brexit forecasts

According to Lumina Intelligenceâs UK Pub Market Report 2020, both strongly positive and strongly negative opinions of Brexit have become more prevalent within the on-trade over the past 12 months.

Camden Hells pips Punk IPA as craft best seller amid £100m category hit

The overall value of the ten best-selling craft beers in the UK on-trade plummeted by Â105.8m in the past 12 months â with 130,742 hectolitres, or around 23m pints, fewer poured.

Captain Sir Tom Moore charity gin, new Gemma Collins liqueur ‘worthy of any diva’, World Cup winner unveils ale

In addition to more festive and low-alcohol pours, Captain Sir Tom Moore, Gemma Collins and Rugby World Cup winner Steve Thompson MBE have announced new drinks launches.

Tier drop: what impact could the new Covid-19 alert system have on pubs?

The day after another 696 coronavirus-related deaths were recorded across the UK â the highest daily total since start of May â the Government has cooked up a new three-tiered trifle to force feed the embattled on-trade.

More than 36,000 pubs to be placed in highest two tiers

Some 36,823 pubs will be under the two strictest tier restrictions when national lockdown measures are lifted next week (Wednesday 2 December).

Covid measures hit Fuller’s for £22m in six months

Pub operator Fuller, Smith & Turner has revealed a swing of around Â40m from profit to loss in its financial results for the 26 weeks to 26 September after its pubs spent more than half of the period in lockdown.

‘Strong and stable’ Hawthorn to invest £7.5m in pub estate during 2021

Community pub operator Hawthorn has earmarked in the region of Â7.5m for investment in its pub estate over the next financial year despite the impact of Covid-19.

M&B posts pre-tax loss as 1,300 workers made redundant

Birmingham-based pub group Mitchells & Butlers (M&B) has revealed a Â300m swing from pre-tax profit to loss in the 52 weeks ended 26 September 2020 â a period in which it was forced to axe 1,300 staff members.