All news

The Morning Advertiser Lock In podcast episode 4

Lockdown blues

By Ed Bedington

In this week's episode of the Lock In podcast Ed Bedington, James Cuthbertson and Heath Ball talk about the challenges facing the sector in lockdown, how pubs can adapt and what the future might look like. Tune in to the latest episode of the Lock...

Landmark case: the hearing is expected to last four days but the decision won't be revealed for a number of weeks

Business interruption test case reaches Supreme Court

By Nikkie Thatcher

The landmark business interruption test case pitting the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) against insurers is currently being heard at the Supreme Court, but it could be weeks before a decision is made.

Staff gap: 'In the New Year, as pubs start to trade under more normal conditions and have a need to increase their teams, for many roles they will undoubtedly need to employ from within the UK,' Steve Alton of the BII said

Countdown to Brexit

Filling hospitality’s post-Brexit ‘talent hole’

By Stuart Stone

It’s widely forecast that Britain’s departure from the European Union will trigger a dearth in workers from the continent on which the hospitality sector traditionally relies.

How is Greene King reacting to the second lockdown?

Greene King boss: 'We need to change the narrative'

By Ed Bedington

Discussing England's second national lockdown with The Morning Advertiser's Ed Bedington, Greene King chief executive Nick Mackenzie said he feels 'a little bit let down' by Government.

Closed venues: the sites are a mix of Mitchells & Butlers brands, The Morning Advertiser understands

M&B to close ‘a number of sites’

By Nikkie Thatcher

The operator of brands such as All Bar One, Sizzling Pubs and Toby Carvery, Mitchells & Butlers (M&B), is closing a number of leasehold sites.

Challenging all round: 'despite the difficulties, we have managed to weather the storm better than expected with very strong grocery sales and very strong online sales compensating for the temporary closures of our bars and the closure of our on-premises wholesale channel,' James Watt explained

BrewDog secures £25m CBILS boost

By Stuart Stone

Scottish brewer and bar operator BrewDog has secured a £25m financial spur through the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) in a bid to endure the ongoing Covid-19 crisis.

Spotlight

Follow us

Pub Trade Guides

View more

FREE EMAIL NEWSLETTER

Subscribe to The Morning Advertiser

The definitive voice for the pub trade

Get the latest news, analysis and insights from the uk pub sector straight to your inbox!