The stakes were raised this week in the consultation over the statutory code as Enterprise Inns chief executive Ted Tuppen hinted at the prospect of a legal challenge to its outcome.
Licensees have said they will be out of pocket if they show all football games available in the UK, after the rights to the games were split between Sky Sports and new channel BT Sport.
Young’s, the London-based pub operator, has reported a 13.1% rise in adjusted pre-tax profit to £28.9m in the year to 1 April 2013 in what it called an "exceptional" year.
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Everards is opening two more Project Artisan sites.
Cheltenham has become the latest council to agree on a late-night levy consultation after a motion was passed by cabinet members last night.
The newly-crowned BII (British Institute of Innkeeping) Licensees of the Year have pledged to help bring the organisation “back to the hospitality industry” after scooping the award at a gala lunch in London last week.
Pubs have been reminded of the law on gaming equipment after two individuals at a pub in Ashford, Surrey, were prosecuted for giving customers access to an illegal gaming machine.
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