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Evaluating drinkers: Best Bar None is set to partner Manchester Airports Group

Take-off for airside Best Bar None scheme at airports

By Stuart Stone

Best Bar None has announced the rollout of an airside pilot scheme with Manchester Airports Group, encompassing Manchester, London Stansted and East Midlands airports, over the next few weeks.

Spring into life: using inflatables comes with safety implications

Make sure your checks don’t bounce

By Poppleston Allen

This may well seem a little premature, but we all know how quickly the warmer weather will come around, with Easter bank holiday weekend only a couple of months away – the outdoor events will start up again before you know it.

Push back: Fuller's will not renew the current lease on the famous Coach & Horses pub in Soho (image: Ewan Munro, Flickr)

Coach & Horses opposes 'vanilla managed makeover'

By Emily Hawkins

The licensee behind the famous Coach & Horses pub in Soho has pushed back against Fuller’s intentions to take over the lease, saying regulars “don’t want or need a vanilla managed makeover”.

Waste management: Nick Burns from Robinsons Brewery explores the areas where pubs are wasting food, and money

Opinion

Turning food waste into extra cash

By Nick Burns

Nick Burns, food development manager at Robinsons Brewery, highlights how his company has tackled food waste and how pubs can convert it into extra cash.

Settled status: the Government has scrapped the fee EU citizens would have had to pay to stay in the UK after Brexit

Sector welcomes abolishing of EU ‘settled status’ fee

By Emily Hawkins

Prime Minister Theresa May has scrapped the fee millions of EU citizens would have had to pay to be able to continue living in the country after Brexit – a move that has been met with a sense of relief from the pub industry.