Licensing law

Pub forced to make changes to 'self-serve wall'

Self-service: Thirsty Souls will still allow customers to pour their own pints

A pub that allows customers to pour their own pints was forced to make changes after being told it was in violation of licensing laws.

Probability odds: Poppleston Allen partner Jonathan Smith assessed the Lords' recommendations for licensing

MA500: Licensing Act changes - what are the odds?

Study: pressure on emergency services 'could be reduced' if trading times were shortened

NHS pressures ‘could be reduced’ by shorter trading times, claims IAS

Recognition: (left to right) Superintendent Becky Mears, ACC Nikki Ross, Debie Pearmain, Diane Brown and Steve Baker

National Pubwatch launches Star Awards

Remain vigilant: betting on pub Wi-Fi explained. Picture credit: Ivanko_Brnjakovic/istock/shutterstock.co.uk

Legal Q&A: should pubs let punters use their Wi-Fi to bet online?

Late-night levy delay: Tower Hamlets has been forced into a postponement

Tower Hamlets forced to delay late-night levy

Yummy involvement: Anthony Pender's Yummy Pub Co has committed to the initiative

Licensing authorities and publicans to job swap for National Licensing Week

Assessing change: what are the odds the Lords' Licensing Act proposals will happen?

Lords’ Licensing Act Review: what are the odds for change?

Rulling: the High Court rejects a challenge to Liverpool's late-night levy

High Court dismisses challenge to Liverpool late-night levy

It is an offence to allow anyone under the age of 18 to gamble on a category C gaming machine

Legal Q&A: the dos and don'ts of gaming machines in family pubs

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