Calling time on 'outdated rates': UKH and CAMRA want a Government enquiry into the current business rates system

‘Out of date’ rates system probe welcomed

By Stuart Stone

The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) and UKHospitality (UKH) have both welcomed the launch of an enquiry into the impact of the current business rates system.

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.

Call for reform: St Albans' MP Anne Main shared the concerns of pubs like the city's Six Bells

MPs call for reform of business rates system

By Emily Hawkins

St Albans’ MP Anne Main led the way in challenging the Government to reform the business rates system in a debate on the closure of Britain’s pubs in Parliament.

Motion rejected: Theresa May's Brexit deal was spurned by more 200 MPs

No-deal Brexit spells 'disaster' for pubs

By Nikkie Sutton

Following the House of Commons’ rejection of the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal, trade body UKHospitality (UKH) said the prospect of a ‘no deal’ would be a disaster for the sector.