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Sky Sports offenders face unlimited fines

Licensees that are convicted for dishonestly showing Sky Sports matches without a commercial agreement will now be subject to an unlimited fine that was previously capped at £5,000 per offence.

Funding boost for communities looking to take over pubs

The Government has boosted funding available for community groups looking to take over local assets — including pubs — to the tune of £200,000.

Enterprise offers tenants new entertainment service

More than 500 Enterprise Inns publicans have signed up for a new live music service that enables them to find and book local artists through an online portal.


Camerons sponsors Mount Everest climb

Camerons Brewery has announced that it will sponsor a Hartlepool adventurer £2,000 to climb Mount Everest, to raise funds for the Dreams Come True charity.


Consumers returning to pubs but home drinking still most popular

Almost two thirds of consumers have drunk at a pub or bar in the last month, compared to almost 8 in 10 that have drunk at home, new figures have revealed.

Personal licence renewals abolished from 1 April

Publicans with personal licences expiring on or after 1 April 2015 will not need to apply for renewal, the Home Office has confirmed.

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