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Pub insurers identified for another group claim

A law firm is appealing to pub operators ahead of a potential group action against insurers who have declined claims for business interruption.

Legal Q&A: Licence and permit renewal, the pitfalls of a CVA

In the latest Legal Q&A from specialist licensing solicitors Poppleston Allen, we take a closer look at licence and permit renewal as well as the potentail drawbacks of a company voluntary arrangement.

Giving employment to under-18s

Over recent years, the trade has stepped up a gear to entice school leavers into its workforce. Competition is hot but just how compatible is the current legislation in terms of being able to compete?

The checklist to help you stay legitimate post-lockdown

At the time of writing (1 June), we are still awaiting both relaxation of the lockdown regulations and guidance for the hospitality sector from the Government on reopening and, until then, we are all still flailing around in the darkness.

Government to publish new rent code of practice

The Government has established a working group with the commercial rental sector to develop a code in a bid to encourage fair and transparent discussions between landlord and tenants amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Mixed reactions to Chancellor’s employer contribution announcement

Trade bodies have voiced mixed opinions on Chancellor of the Exchequerâs announcement of how much employers will be asked to contribute to the furlough scheme.

Self-employed income support scheme to be extended

The Self-Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS) will be extended with applications opening in August for a second and final grant, Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has announced today (29 May).

Employers to be asked to pay NI and pension contributions from August

Employers will have to start making payments towards the furlough scheme, starting with national insurance (NI) and pension contributions from August, the Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced today (29 May).

Trade pays respects to St Austell brewing director Roger Ryman

Tributes have been made to St Austell Brewery brewing director Roger Ryman after he passed away peacefully this week, aged 52, after a battle with cancer.

Get ready for Premier League kick-off (part 2)

With a Premier League kick-off scheduled for 17 June and pubs slated to start opening less than a month later, what challenges could the return of live sport pose operators?

Weekend news bulletin for pubs - 30 and 31 May

The Morning Advertiser's editor Ed Bedington reviews the biggest news stories from the pub sector after another week in lockdown.

Licensees rebuff billionaire-owned pubco's rent offer

Wellington Pub Company publicans have rebuffed the landlordâs offer of three monthsâ free rent and two quarters charged at 50%, following an updated statement from the pub group.

How to reduce your food menu for reopening

As the time for reopening gets closer, you may want to set out your new food menu and that probably means making the offer smaller but stronger.

UKHospitality launches suppliers’ alliance to push for Government help

Trade body UKHospitality has announced a new initiative that will pressure the Government to further support hospitality supplier businesses.

Premier League season to resume on 17 June

The Premier League has revealed that the 2019-20 season will return from lockdown on 17 June â just 18 days before some pubs are slated to reopen.

Honesty and transparency are vital for the next generation of bar owners

The past seven days have shown us the importance of having open and honest dialogues with those around you.

Hospitality staff missing out on up to 40% of income from tronc payments

Many hospitality workers have suffered a substantial drop in income because tronc payments are not covered by the furlough scheme, according to an analysis of workersâ incomes in the previous year.

BrewDog launches Barnard Castle Eye Test beer

Scottish brewer and operator BrewDog has unveiled a new beer following Government adviser Dominic Cummings driving 260 miles amid lockdown.

Group action launched against Aviva and QBE insurers

Insurance companies Aviva and QBE (UK) Limited have been chosen as the focus of an action group that intends to launch a group claim against insurers refusing to pay out to pubs for loss of income during the coronavirus crisis.

PM eyes earlier pub reopening and reduced social distancing measures

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was âoptimisticâ about pubs reopening earlier than he first thought.