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Enterprise has been criticised for not supporting an asset of community value bid for one of its pubs

Pubcos 'becoming wise to Assets of Community Value bids'

A leading pub activist has urged campaigners fighting for Assets of Community Value (ACV) bids to up their game to counter pubco objections.

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Food Standards Agency report highlights public’s concerns when eating out

A new Food Standards Agency report shows food hygiene and pricing are the top concerns for people when eating out.

Leffe's bar snack competition winners announced

Five pub chef's bar snacks have been crowned the best in the country in the Leffe Gastro Bite Awards 2014.

Legal Q&A: New flexible working rights

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.

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