16 July 2021

‘All British publicans and their families are entitled to just and fair treatment’

The pubs code five years on. Has it been a good thing? In some ways yes, but it is still a work in progress.
16 July 2021

Security staff shortages ‘accident waiting to happen’

A shortage of door staff runs the risk of endangering revellers on their first night out in over a year when clubs reopen, according to night-time […]
16 July 2021

Unlocked US states suggest spike as UK restrictions ease won’t be ‘exponential’

The Morning Advertiser’s Ed Bedington reflects on another weekâs worth of headlines with hospitality investor and Draft House founder Charlie McVeigh.
16 July 2021

Campaign launched to champion cask beer

A social media campaign has been created, coinciding with lockdown measures being relaxed in England, to help highlight the importance of cask beer.
16 July 2021

‘World’s first’ black gin arrives in UK, new Pub Pride Day brew, River Cottage beer range unveiled

The latest new product launches include a commemorative beer from Farr Brew, more pours from Hugh Fearnley-Wittingstall and the âworldâs firstâ naturally black gin.
16 July 2021

Pubs opt to continue ‘relaxed’ table service

Almost half of The Morning Advertiserâs (MA) readers have said they will continue with table service beyond next week and the relaxation of Covid-secure trading measures.
16 July 2021

Pavement licences here to stay

The Government has announced pavement licences “have been extended and made permanent”.
16 July 2021

Government launches ‘Hospitality Strategy’ to help sector recover

The Government has unveiled a new âHospitality Strategyâ, spearheaded by business minister Paul Scully, to support the sector in its recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
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, […]
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