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Safety: How can you keep your staff and customers secure?

Security in pubs: my camera never lies

By Fred A'Court

Safety issues are not only vital in keeping your customers out of harm’s way, they must be controlled so you retain your licence and stay out of legal trouble. Here, we look at how CCTV is crucial in general, and also at countering drugs and terrorism...

Eight [years] has been great: Nikkie Sutton, senior food and drink reporter at The Morning Advertiser

Opinion

Why I still work in a pub

By Nikkie Sutton

For me, my local pub means so many things. It’s the place where I met my soon-to-be husband; made relationships with some of my best friends; somewhere I can walk into at any time of the day (or night); and it’s also where I feel safe and part of a community.

Get it right: there's a skill to taking card payments right

In association with Barclaycard

Cash is dead: Long live the card

By Nicholas Robinson

With most consumers now adopting the Queen’s technique of never carrying cash, it has seldom been more important for pubs to get their card payment strategy just right.

Variety of options: operators can benefit from stocking multiple milk alternatives

Which milk alternatives should pubs stock?

By Emily Hawkins

Pubs should increase their range of milk alternatives so they can cater to people looking for indulgent options as well as functional, a new report recommends.