Supermarkets that offer low price alcohol in promotions were dubbed irresponsible in a debate at The House of Lords earlier this week relating to changes to be made to the mandatory licensing conditions.
The Government recently extended the right to request flexible working to all employees with 26 weeks service. This has caused concern amongst employers in the licensed retail sector, who fear that they will be faced with a significant increase in requests. With the sector having very busy peak times over weekends and around any events, employers are often uncertain as to how to deal such requests and on what basis they are entitled to refuse them. Law firm Weightmans provides some guidance.
Greene King has launched a nationwide treasure hunt with the chance to find a £10,000 King’s Ransom to mark Prince George’s first birthday.
Sky Sports will dedicate an entire channel to The 2014 Ryder Cup this Autumn, offering two weeks of non-stop golf including exclusively live coverage of the biggest event in the sport.
Human bar staff could be a step closer to extinction after Honda unveiled a robot that can open bottles and serve drinks.
A retired publican has praised the Licensed Trade Charity’s (LTC) Befriending Scheme, which offers friendship and support to ex-licensees.
An online beer retailer has replaced the pub with the internet by conducting a series of ale tastings on Twitter.
The UK’s biggest pub poker leagues have merged, bringing together a total of more than 250,000 registered players.
A maple-infused version of Jim Beam has been launched to tempt new drinkers into the bourbon category and to showcase the versatility of the spirit.
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