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Warrington pubs forced to close

Pubs in Warrington, north-west England, will have to close unless they can serve meals with alcohol.

Low transmission levels mean measures 'unjustified'

Health officials have hardly touched data provided to them by pubs, according to a survey carried out by UKHospitality (UKH).

St Austell Brewery ‘to cut 100 jobs’

South west-based operator and brewer St Austell Brewery is set to cut up to 10% of its 1,000 workforce.

Diageo buys Chase distillery

Spirits giant Diageo has acquired family-owned Chase Distillery and its portfolio of brands for an undisclosed sum.

'No one should go hungry, least of all kids'

Pubs have compiled free food parcels and meals for vulnerable children after MPs voted against funding free school meals during holidays, including the October half term.

Third of tier three pubs, bars and restaurants closed or plan to shut

Some 33% of hospitality businesses in the âvery highâ tier three do not have sufficient support to remain viable and have closed already or plan to, an industry survey has found.

Legal Q&A: late-night levy bills, gaming machines and remote payments

The latest legal Q&A from Poppleston Allen sees the specialist licensing solicitors field questions on paying the late-night levy, collecting customer payments and gaming machines.

Council U-turns on ‘alfresco dining charge’

Westminster City Council has scrapped plans to charge pubs, restaurants and cafÃs for the use of outside areas.

Which pub companies have been hit hardest by England's Covid alert tier system so far?

After the first full week of the Governmentâs tiered Covid alert system, The Morning Advertiser attempted to round up which pub companies had been hit hardest by new, ever-changing, localised measures.

Government’s ‘nanny knows best’ attitude based on no evidence

The Morning Advertiser's Ed Bedington spoke to JW Lees MD, William Lees-Jones, to discuss the big issues from the news this week.

Perfect pints – born in the cellar, raised at the bar

Even in the throes of a global pandemic, maintaining a stellar pub cellar is far from small beer, especially with potentially lower product throughput. The Morning Advertiser looks at how Covid-19 has shifted demand downstairs.

Pub closures across the country as tier three restrictions come into force

Pubs in large swathes of the country will face fresh restrictions this weekend, with some businesses forced to close.

Sunak’s support ‘welcome but still a long way to go’

Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunakâs latest financial aid announcement including cash grants, extended support for the self-employed and changes to the Job Support Scheme has been met with trepidation from trade bodies.

Dame Vera Lynn tribute ale, alcohol-free Guinness, Untappd birthday brew and LGBTQ charity collaboration

New brews from the likes of Guinness, Bedlam, Greene King and Beavertown comprise a beer-heavy new product round-up this week.

Legal process initiated against Scottish restrictions

A coalition of Scottish hospitality trade bodies has launched legal action against the Scottish Governmentâs restrictions on pubs.

Self-employed support ‘to double’

The Government contribution for self-employed workers such as publicans is increasing, Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has announced.

Sunak: financial hope at risk from national lockdown calls

Repeated calls for a national lockdown by Labour are putting peopleâs livelihoods at risk, Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak told the House of Commons today (Thursday 22 October).

Cash grants for 'open but struggling' tier 2 pubs

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has outlined additional support measures for tier two pubs, including cash grants for "open but struggling" businesses.

Sales in 'high' Covid alert tier pubs halved

Pubs, bars and restaurants in the âhighâ alert tier saw a sales drop of between 46% and 54% from Thursday 15 October to Saturday 17 October, new figures have found.

Judicial review launched into Greater Manchester restrictions

Greater Manchesterâs night czar has initiated a judicial review into the legality of restrictions imposed on the city region's pubs and bars.