Trade bodies welcome pre-Brexit plans to assess EU worker contributions

Reliant: over 700,000 EU citizens currently work in hospitality and tourism within the UK

The Government’s plan to assess the economic contribution of EU migrants has been welcomed by leading trade bodies within the food and drink industry. 

Widespread implications: drinks industry following an appeal case in the Supreme Court on MUP closely

Drinks industry following minimum unit pricing court case closely

Slow progress: adjudicator Paul Newby has so far settled just 48 cases.

Pubs code adjudicator receives over 550 enquiries in its first year

Payment due: row over who is responsible for delay in pubs receiving rates relief ramps up

CVS calls for Government to publish rates relief payment schedule for pubs

Real options: Pubs Code Adjudicator’s office raised a total levy of £1.5m in 2016/17

Adjudicator raises £1.5m from pubcos in levies

Warmly welcomed: Gloucester Council rejects proposals to introduce a late night levy

Gloucester rejects late-night levy proposals

Unacceptable nuisance: pub has licence suspended following police operation

Pub's licence suspended for failing to give police assault footage

Major milestone: a look back at the pubs code a year after its implementation

Pubs code: a year on

Tipping point: Industry bodies give evidence to LPC

Leading industry bodies give evidence to LPC over wage rates

Crackdown: pubs need to be aware of new rules that target legal highs such as Spice

BBPA issues updated drugs advice for pubs

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