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Punch Taverns' restructure has taken another step forward

Punch Taverns: restructure into 'final phase' as shareholders and noteholders vote in favour

Punch Taverns has entered the “final stages” of its restructure process, with noteholders joining the shareholders in approving the proposals, which are now expected to be implemented on 13 October.

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Southampton City Council is the seventh local authority to rubber-stamp proposals for a late-night levy.

Lobbying 'has saved pub sector £120m this year'

Government lobbying saved the pub industry £120m in the first six months of 2014, according to the ALMR.

Home Office advises councils to use hospital data in licence reviews

The Government is set to advise councils to include data such as A&E admissions and complaints about sleep deprivation or light pollution as evidence in licence reviews, the Publican’s Morning Advertiser understands.

A 2% cut in duty is not 'asking for the world,' says WSTA chief

The Wine and Spirit Trade Association (WSTA) is reaching out to pubs and bars to help achieve a 2% cut in duty in the next budget.

Stonegate launches loyalty card for students

Stonegate Pub Company has launched a student loyalty card that offers rewards for money spent on food and drink across its pubs.

Pubs lead boom in hospitality recruitment

Pubs dominated the growth in hospitality recruitment in the last quarter with a 50% hike, according to a new report.

Robinsons to offer innovative new tenancy agreements

Robinsons, the Cheshire brewer  and pub operator, is to offer drinks discounts at selected pubs based on competition in the local market and what consumers are prepared to pay.

Alcohol sales fall but value remains flat as customers increasingly ‘trade up’

Total alcohol sales fell by 3% in the last year but value remained flat as customers drank less but increasingly opted for premium products, according to the Wine and Spirit Trade Association (WSTA).

PHOTOS: Scotch Egg Challenge 2014

The Cornwall project, currently holding residence at the Adam & Eve pub in east London, has won the Scotch Egg Challenge 2014 at an event run from the Ship pub in Wandsworth.

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