All news articles for October 2021

How should operators respond to increased prices?

Opinion

Tsunami of increases on the way

By Ed Bedington

Our fearless leader, when he’s not on his hols in the middle of a major crisis, recently announced the wonderful news that his ambition for the UK was for it to become a high wage economy.

Night-time economy: Khan announces the return of Night Tube services (Getty/Peter Muller)

Night Tube to restart next month

By Amelie Maurice-Jones

Night Tube services will be reintroduced from the Central and Victoria lines next month, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced.

Lots to choose from: new products hit the market in time for autumn

New products round-up

Stay ahead of your rivals with these new products

By Gary Lloyd

Vocation’s chocolate and banana stout, TOWIE star’s Prosecco, BrewDog’s Planet Ale and Bankhall Sweet Mash bourbon are among the latest new products.

Take the fear factor out of operating hours: advice from licensing solicitor Poppleston Allen (credit: Getty/shironosov)

Licensing hub – legal with poppleston Allen

Don’t let Halloween become a licensing nightmare

By David Inzani, solicitor at Poppleston Allen

The autumn events schedule is almost here with Halloween and Guy Fawkes Night fast approaching, hopefully very different propositions to their 2020 Covid-related counterparts.

The Old Forge Pub: Britain's most remote mainland pub (credit Mark Harris)

Britain’s most remote pub saved by local community

By Rebecca Weller

The Old Forge in Inverie, listed as the Guinness World Records most remote pub in mainland Britain, has received £508,000 through the Scottish Land Fund (SLF) after months of fundraising.