25 June 2021

‘Retention of staff shouldn’t solely be about the pound, shilling and pence’

The big headlines this week focused on supplier issues alongside retention of staff and wages. The Morning Advertiser editor Ed Bedington dissects the latest news with […]
25 June 2021

Cities’ night czars call for more support

Night-time economy advisers in Bristol, London and Greater Manchester have written to the Chancellor urging for more support in an âunprecedented period of restrictions.â
25 June 2021

Can pub operators make Covid vaccines mandatory for staff?

With almost two thirds (64%) of the UK population now having been a first dose of the coronavirus jab, we take a look at the legal […]
24 June 2021

‘When a pub company is not transparent, tenants’ interests may be at risk’

Achieving a culture of fairness through transparency by pub companies towards their tied tenants is central to the change in the sector the pubs code was […]
24 June 2021

56% of operators ‘not at all confident’ for 19 July freedom

More than half of respondents to a poll by The Morning Advertiser (MA) said they were ânot at all confidentâ that restrictions would be lifted on […]
24 June 2021

Zia Lucia and Laine Brew collab, Camden Town revives Piña Lager, rum releases from Old J and Upbeat

A rum and beer heavy week of new drink launches included releases from Zia Lucia and Laine Brew Co, Camden Town Brewery, Old J and Upbeat […]
24 June 2021

Scottish venues able to open longer for Euros matches

Scottish pubs have welcomed news that they will be allowed to open longer in the event of matches from UEFA Euro 2020 continuing beyond curfews.
24 June 2021

‘Complete mindset shift’ needed to solve recruitment issues, operators cautioned over EU employees right to work

In addition to people news from Livelyhood Pubs, Camden Town Brewery and Professional Security, a number of industry experts have offered insight into the sectorâs recruitment […]
24 June 2021

Paper £20 to be withdrawn in 2022

The old paper Â20 and Â50 notes will be no longer be considered legal tender from 30 September 2022, the Bank of England has announced.
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