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Licensees will need to enclose their existing licence along with the application form

Home Office issues guidance on personal licence renewals

The Home Office has published guidance outlining how publicans need to renew personal licences, but has not yet provided the new application form or set a date for when the deregulation of the licences will come into force.

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Government suggests restrictions on microphones and dance floors in pubs

Pubs could be forced to limit the use or volume of microphones on open-mic nights and restrict access to dance floors, under new draft guidance from the Government on its changes to music licensing laws.

'Drunk sales' prosecutions fall in 2013

Just 10 people were prosecuted in England and Wales last year for selling alcohol to a drunk person, official figures have shown.

Existing licensing powers of entry to remain unchanged, says Home Office

The Home Office has decided to maintain the existing powers of entry under the Licensing Act, following a review into the measures.

Grade II listed London pub awarded £3.8m lottery funding

A landmark south London pub has been awarded a £3.8m grant by lottery bosses to help restore the Grade II listed building to its former glory.

Penzance nightclub wins national Best Bar None award

Sound nightclub in Penzance, Cornwall, has been crowned the National Best Bar None (BBN) Winner of 2014.

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