22 January 2021

Hospitality ‘safe spaces’ would eliminate need for new fines

The Morning Advertiser’s Ed Bedington speaks with Camerons Brewery managing director Chris Soley to reflect on the week’s biggest headlines.
22 January 2021

Explained: how to claim business interruption insurance

While the Supreme Court ruled most business interruption insurance policyholders will have cover for losses due to coronavirus restrictions, which was hailed as a âmassive boostâ, […]
22 January 2021

‘Everything’s gone’: pubs hit by flood devastation

Heavy rainfall has caused further anxiety for publicans in parts of England and Wales this month, with one operator estimating Â10,000 worth of damage to his […]
22 January 2021

Petitions Committee chair urges PM to engage with ‘particularly vulnerable’ hospitality sector

Catherine McKinnell MP has written to Boris Johnson urging him to pursue a ‘coordinated approach’ with the hospitality sector after the PM appeared cool on the […]
22 January 2021

Millions of pounds lost in unpaid rent

At least Â90m worth of rent has gone unpaid to pub companies due to the coronavirus pandemic over the past year.
22 January 2021

The future of Cumulative Impact Policies in a post-pandemic world

During 2020 a number of licensing authorities found themselves facing their five-yearly statutory duty to review their licensing policy, and consequently any associated Cumulative Impact Policy […]
22 January 2021

Pubs must prepare their businesses for Brexit now

Pubs have been urged by business minister Paul Scully to ensure they are properly prepared amid changes brought about by the end of the Brexit transition […]
22 January 2021

Israel’s ‘first whisky’ lands in UK, Big Drop unveils Nordic brews, Beavertown launches High Priestess

An international flavoured new product round-up features new brews created in tandem with beer makers in Iceland, Sweden, Norway and Finland as well as new distribution […]
22 January 2021

2020 cost trade 6,000 licensed venues

The nation lost about 6,000 licensed premises in 2020 â almost three times the number compared to 2019, new figures have revealed.
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