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London Bridge pubs to receive 'discretionary' rates relief

Welcome gesture: pubs affected by the attack will receive a discretionary business rates discount

Pubs affected by the police cordon that closed a large area of London Bridge and Borough Market following the terror attack on 3 June are being offered business rates relief from Southwark Council.

Fears over lack of competition: Heineken must address concerns by 20 June

CMA finds Heineken-Punch deal ‘reduces competition in 33 areas’

The pub name ’George and the Dragon’ became popular under King Edward III

What's in a name? The stories behind pub monikers

MRO: legal framework 'will not work'

Opinion: 50 ways to avoid an MRO

NWTC plans to open six new sites a year

New faces at NWTC and Loungers

Inside history: the pub has been 'sold subject to contract'

ACV support for Somerset pub gathers pace

Major investment: Redemption is moving into pubs

Redemption Brewery to open first pub

New landlords: the Mailbox in Lincoln is one of the pubs sold

Portfolio of 13 Stonegate-operated pubs sold to BlackRock

Lots of interest: 435 enquiries have been received by a PCA enquiry line

Low MRO numbers caused by 'complex and convoluted procedures'

Local bid: the community offer of £130,000 was rejected

Community fails in bid to buy Leeds pub despite raising £130,000

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