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Spell it out: be precise when setting out your plans for door staff

Legal top tips: How simple errors can prove costly

By Poppleston Allen

Sometimes the easiest of tasks pose the direst of consequences if you get them wrong. I have often seen applications rejected, stalled or have unintended consequences for the simplest of mistakes.

Vurger burger: some vegan options are not what they appear

Time to offer some vegan dishes?

By Poppleston Allen

One continuing trend that kicked off 2019 is ‘Veganuary’, encouraging people to go vegan for January in aid of charity.

Long service: Donna and her husband Paul have run the Swan in Bampton for 12 years

Second site for the Swan

By Nikkie Sutton

Operators of the award-winning Swan in Bampton, Devon, are taking on a former bakery and turning it into a restaurant.

Cheering on teams: What is the history of pub and sport?

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Beers and cheers: history of sport in pubs

By Robert Mann

Equipping punters with a pint in their hand, British pubs have long been the centre of operations for sports fans eager to cheer on their favourite teams. Here, we look back at the evolution of that development and how publicans have embraced technology...

Changes: Interior design of pubs has been important since Victorian times

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The changing face of pubs

By Emily Hawkins

When it comes to interior design, trends have come and gone in the 225 years since The Morning Advertiser first hit the streets. Some, however, have stood the test of time and are testament to the pub’s continued role in society.

On the market: Ye Old Sun Inn, Colton, is up for sale

Award-winning freehouse on sale for £900k

By Nicholas Robinson

After 15 years of ownership, husband and wife team Ashley and Kelly McCarthy have decided to sell the Ye Old Sun Inn, Colton, North Yorkshire, for £900,000 to pursue “numerous other business interests”.

Venues of change: pubs have always been key players in big decision making in the UK

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14 pubs of historical significance

By Stuart Stone

For as long as modern society has been shaped by pivotal decisions, there have been pubs for those wielding power to ponder them in.

A long history: The Morning Advertiser celebrates 225 years

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The 225-year history of The Morning Advertiser

By Nicholas Robinson

The Morning Advertiser is officially 225 years old this month and to celebrate the history of the title and the trade it supports, we're laying it all out in a special issue released today. We start here with a look at how the title has evolved over...

Looking ahead: UKHospitality boss Kate Nicholls says the future is uncertain


Kate Nicholls: is Brexit worth it?

By Nikkie Sutton

UKHospitality chief executive Kate Nicholls will be revealing where we are at with Brexit and what the pub sector should expect with the various scenarios on the horizon, when she addresses MA500 at Stamford Bridge, west London, this week (13 Feb). Here...