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The Duke of Cumberland was the location for a dramatic incident

Boy, 3, drives car down two 30ft banks and crashes in pub garden

A three-year-old boy managed to drive his father’s car down two 30ft embankments and into a pub garden – but walked away with just a bump to the head.

Underage drinking falls to record low, government stats reveal

The rate of underage drinking has fallen to its lowest level since records began more than a quarter of a century ago, according to official government figures.

Liverpool to consult on late-night levy while Islington announces implementation date

Liverpool City Council’s licensing committee has granted a consultation on implementing a late-night levy.

IFBB demands changes to 'insulting' pubs code proposals

The Independent Family Brewers of Britain (IFBB) has branded the proposed pubs code "fundamentally unacceptable” and demanded the Government makes changes.

Pubs showing Commonwealth Games warned to be wary of red tape

Pubs could find themselves in “murky legal waters” if they advertise themselves as a venue to watch the Commonwealth games, a law firm has warned.

York pub searched as part of Claudia Lawrence investigation

A York pub is at the centre of fresh investigations into the disappearance of chef Claudia Lawrence.

Chelmsford levy approval could give other councils the green light

Chelmsford’s late-night levy approval could give other small towns and cities the green light to follow suit, licensing lawyers have warned.

World Cup blamed for dip in leisure spend during June

Household spending on leisure fell by 6% in June, a decrease of £12 from the previous month thanks to a “stay at home World Cup”, according to the Greene King Leisure Tracker.

Publican launches 'social enterprise' cafés

A publican from Lancashire has opened a new café in Manchester employing out of work young people.

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