16 July 2021

Remaining 12,000 venues to reopen next week

The 10% of hospitality firms that had been unable to reopen as yet are set to trade again from Monday (19 July) when restrictions are eased, […]
15 July 2021

Most night-time businesses won’t use vaccine passports, snap poll finds

Eight in 10 (82.7%) late-night operators wonât ask guests to prove their vaccination status for entry into their venues, a survey has found.
15 July 2021

Nightclubs win £5.2m Covid insurance payout

Nightclubs have received a Â5.2m payout in business interruption insurance claims after a successful settlement.
15 July 2021

‘We have a societal issue with racial inequality – hospitality is not exempt from that’

As Be Inclusive Hospitality â a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to accelerating racial equality in hospitality â turns one, founder Lorraine Copes reflects on moving the needle […]
15 July 2021

Discrimination warning for pubs over blanket ‘no jab, no entry’ policies

The Government recently announced it is encouraging operators to consider implementing a form of Covid-status certification for entry into venues that have âlarge, crowded settingsâ.
15 July 2021

What is the guidance for step four trading?

The Government has revealed its guidance on pub trading from Monday 19 July.
15 July 2021

NHS app sensitivity could be changed ‘within weeks’

The NHS app could be adapted so it is less sensitive amid large numbers of hospitality staff being forced to self-isolate, a minister has suggested.
15 July 2021

Job vacancies pass pre-pandemic levels, Inn Collection Group ‘people team’, BrewDog culture review latest

The latest people news from the pub sector includes updates from Shepherd Neame, Inn Collection Group, BrewDog, the Portman Group and specialist licensing solicitors Poppleston Allen.
15 July 2021

Sober Inn Thoughts: Navigating pub life while ‘fully on the wagon’

Iâve come to the conclusion that I drink too much. Yes, I know loads of us think we drink too much but I really do.
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