We don’t need to be reminded of the atrocities recently in Carcassonne, France. This historic city was blighted with an act of terrorism leaving five dead, including a police officer who exchanged himself for a hostage and paid the ultimate price.
Robinsons Brewery has said it will be having discussions with two of its licensees after it was revealed they were disqualified from running business as limited companies after using insolvency laws to avoid paying debts.
Pubs have been warned to ensure their doorstaff are fully trained in discrimination laws after reports claimed that two men were refused entry into a bar in Leeds because they were a “same-sex couple”.
Leaseholds remain an ever-popular point of entry into the pub industry for inexperienced pub owners. However, sites that are only part way through their lease may need to be reassigned, so what’s the best way to do this?
Ahead of the deadline for voters to sign up for the upcoming local elections on 3 May, the Electoral Commission has distributed around 1m beer mats to pubs and bars encouraging their punters to register.