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Self-employment support extended

The Government has extended existing support for self-employed individuals, with a one-off sum of up to Â1,875 available.

Jobs plan 'doesn’t go anywhere near far enough' for pubs

The Governmentâs freshly announced Job Support Scheme has been criticised as not going far enough to protect pub jobs.

VAT cut extension ‘misses golden opportunity to include alcohol’

The Chancellorâs announcement of an extension of the 15% VAT cut on food, soft drinks and accommodation has been criticised for excluding wet-led pubs.

Not good enough Mr Sunak

And so the much awaited Government support has been announced and greeted with not so much a cheer as more of a whimper from an industry that is crying out for help.

Chancellor Sunak lays out winter plan for jobs and VAT cut extension

Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has announced a new Job Support Scheme alongside an extension of the VAT cut for hospitality.

Quarter of operators predict they will fail by end of 2020 without more help

Some 23% of operators believe their businesses will fail by the end of the year without further Government support, new research has found.

Pubs legally required to display NHS app codes

Pubs are legally required to display an official QR code poster from today (Thursday 24 September) so customers can check-in on the newly-launched NHS coronavirus app.

What are the new restrictions coming into force today?

From today (Thursday 24 September), new restrictions for pubs and the hospitality sector come into force.

M&B sales slip 6.4% post-EOTHO

Birmingham-based pub group Mitchells & Butlers (M&B) has revealed its like-for-like sales for the first three weeks of September are down versus its Eat Out to Help Out boosted August numbers.

Chancellor to announce plan to protect jobs today

Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak is expected to reveal the Governmentâs plan to protect jobs during winter later today (Thursday 24 September) amid reports the Autumn Budget has been cancelled.

What time do the Great British Pub Awards start tonight?

Tonight will see a celebration of some of the most inspiring pub operations across the UK as we unveil the winners of the Great British Pub Awards Pub Heroes 2020.

Job protection update imminent, JDW and Whitbread redundancy plans, The Alchemist’s ‘Culture Shock’

As the Government prepares to address the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme's expiry, nationwide operators JD Wetherspoon (JDW) and Whitbread announced redundancy plans and the Portman Group announced the appointment of a new chair.

Premier League updates kick-off times to avoid pub curfew clash

The Premier League has revised its fixture schedule across the last weekend of September and first week of October in light of the Governmentâs 10pm pub curfew.

Coronavirus restrictions: what do the new rules mean for pubs?

With a raft of restrictions in place for pubs amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, The Morning Advertiser takes a look at exactly what these mean for the on-trade.

Ei Publican Partnership tenants to receive rent reductions in October and November

Stonegate Pub Companyâs leased and tenanted arm Ei Publican Partnerships has announced additional rent reductions.

How to run a tasty and profitable pizza offering

The Coronavirus pandemic has brought numerous problems to restaurateurs, either with the enforced lockdown of the summer or the continuing issues around customer distancing and a drop in covers, but many restaurants have tackled the issue head on and pivoted their businesses to keep going through these tough times.

Government must prevent 'steady stream' of job losses

Pub industry voices have called on the Government to extend support measures ahead of a potential six months of restrictions.

JDW and Star unveil £700k refits, BrewDog confirms half a dozen UK sites ‘under construction’

Nationwide pub operators JD Wetherspoon (JDW) and Star Pubs & Bars both revealed pub projects costing in the region of Â750,000, while BrewDog detailed its continued expansion.

Face covering requirement date brought forward

The requirement for pub staff and customers to wear face coverings inside has been moved to tomorrow (Thursday 24 September) despite the Cabinet Office previously confirming to The Morning Advertiser that it would be enforced from Monday (28 September).

Yoello offers free mobile table ordering subscription

Following the news that the government is enforcing further restrictions on the hospitality sector, Yoello is offering a three month completely free subscription for its mobile table ordering solution.