Health & safety

Staying on track: what responsibility pub operators have to ensure that cyclists don’t exceed legal drinking limits?

What do pubs need to know about alcohol and cycling?

By Stuart Stone

What are the laws on cycling and alcohol consumption, and what responsibility do pub operators have to ensure cyclists don’t exceed legal drinking limits if they are riding their bike to and from the pub?

Private conveniences: At least 1,782 public toilets have closed across the UK between 2006 and 2017, freedom of information requests revealed.

Private conveniences: Open-door policy?

By Stuart Stone

Need to spend a penny? You don’t even have to spend that much to use the toilets at US branches of Starbucks now, but what does it means for UK pubs?

When it rains, it pours: what pubs need to think about if they are flooded

What to do if your pub gets flooded

By Claire Churchard

As heavy thunderstorms hit the UK this week, flooding many homes and businesses, The Morning Advertiser finds out what you should do if your pub gets flooded.

Pub loses licence after knife attack

By Stuart Stone

The Prince of Wales, in Rochester, Kent, has had its licence revoked with immediate effect following a knife attack on 10 March.

Safe havens: MPs, NHS, police and businesses celebrate safe spaces

Impact of safe spaces recognised at parliamentary reception

By Stuart Stone

Multi-agency partnership schemes that reduce crime and vulnerability in the night-time economy were celebrated by MPs, members of the NHS and police, and businesses at a parliamentary reception hosted by the All-Party Parliamentary Beer Group and Portman...