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(uk) Paul Newby announced as n...

                                                

The Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, Sajid Javid, has appointed Paul Newby as Pubs Code Adjudicator (PCA). The PCA will have responsibility for enforcing the Statutory Pubs Code. The Pubs Code will govern the relationship between large pub-owning businesses and th...

10/03/2016

(uk) Beer Duty Campaign

                                                Britons pay more beer tax than any of our EU Neighbours in the EU'S top brewing nations. The BBPA is distribution 100,000 posters,postcards and beermats, which urge members of the public to back the campaign, to pubs around the UK.
29 MP'S have signed an early day motion asking for a f...

28/01/2016

(uk) Government publishes firs...

                                                The first of a two part consultation on a new pubs code sets out how the market rent only option will work. The aim is that a tennant tied to a pubco with more than 500 pubs should be no worse off than a free of tie tenant.
Its estimated that up to 13,000 tied tenants will be protected by the ...

30/10/2015

(uk&Ireland) Sexual consent an...

                                                

Sex and consent is a difficult issue, mainly because something that seems so simple is continually ‘misunderstood’ in rape cases.Thames Valley Police have decided to tackle the issue by comparing sex to a well known British pastime – drinking a cup of tea.The result is this simp...

30/10/2015

(UK) Pubs paying more than £5...

                                                The British Beer and Pub Association has called for an "urgent reform" after finding England's pubs are paying almost six more times in business rates than can be justified by their turnover.Pubs are paying an annual tax bill that is £500 million above what they should be paying....

09/07/2015

(UK) When is it legal to refus...

                                                Following the recent judgement on Travelers and Wetherspoons, where exactly does the law stand on refusal of entry?
According to legal specialist Popperton Allen, a Licensee still has the right to refuse entry but the reason for the refusal must not be unlawful.Equality Legislation makes it un...

01/06/2015

(UK) Bailiffs

                                                There are still 29 pubs a week closing in the UK and many will be visited by Bailiffs. Citizens Advice has issued the following.

Fees bailiffs can charge

When bailiffs act against you, they are allowed to charge certain fees, which you are responsible for paying. There are also other ch...

16/05/2015

UK Demolished pub to be rebui...

                                                The owners of a historic pub in London has caused outrage by demolishing it without permission and  are expected to be ordered to rebuild i,t brick by brick, by Council Chiefs next week.
The owners, Tel Aviv based  developers CLTX LTD told staff to stay at home as they were checking ...

05/05/2015

Personal licence renewals abol...

                                                Publicans who's personal licence expire on or after 01 April 2015 will not need to apply for a renewal the Government has confirmed.
Having previously stated that renewals would be abolished, they provided no date when this would come into practice until now. Lost or stolen licenses will n...

28/03/2015

Three in four motorists 'want ...

                                                Almost three-quarters of motorists support lowering the legal drink-drive limit across England and Wales, a survey has revealed.
Road charity Brake found that 43 per cent want the limit to fall from the current 80mg level to just 20mg - effectively a zero-tolerance...

28/01/2015

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