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Reports state: this follows news earlier this year of SA Brain selling 40 sites

SA Brain ‘up for sale’

By Nikkie Thatcher

Welsh brewer and pub group SA Brain is reportedly up for sale, recruiting advisers to “navigate this period of uncertainty”.

How much have wet-led pubs lost during coronavirus?

Sales 'wipe out' for wet-led pubs

By Nicholas Robinson

Wet-led pubs saw sales all but wiped out during November, data from the Coffer Peach Business Tracker shows.

How much rent are pub companies charging in lockdown?

Pub companies announce lockdown rent plans

By Emily Hawkins

Pub companies including Greene King and Stonegate Pub Company have confirmed rent reductions for tenants to 10% for the second lockdown period.

What is Admiral Taverns doing to help pubs?

'Pubs are not the problem, we’re part of the solution'

By Ed Bedington

“I’m baffled” by the restrictions imposed on the sector and government support is “insufficient”, Chris Jowsey tells The Morning Advertiser editor Ed Bedington in an exclusive video interview on how Admiral Taverns is working to support its tenants in...

Extremely confident: Fuller's chief executive Simon Emeny has said it is a question of when London bounces back and not if.

Fuller's boss 'rightsizing business'

By Emily Hawkins

Fuller’s chief executive has said he is optimistic his London-based estate can overcome “short term challenges”, in an interview with The Morning Advertiser (MA).

Bear with us: after closing indefinitely following a fire on 22 July, its been announced that the Thirsty Bear will reopen on 17 October

Former GBPA finalist to reopen after fire

By Stuart Stone

London’s Thirsty Bear, a finalist in the 2017 Great British Pub Awards’ Best for Sport category, will reopen on Saturday 17 October after fire forced it to close in July.

Up to 6,000 jobs cut: 'these changes create a more flexible labour model that can adapt with changes in the demand environment going forward,' Whitbread said of redundancy proposals

Whitbread to cut 6,000 jobs

By Stuart Stone

The operator behind brands such as Brewers Fayre, Beefeater and Premier Inn has announced that as many as 6,000 members of staff could face redundancy following a collapse in sales during the coronavirus crisis.

'Unreasonable and unsustainable': a group formed by the tenants of 202 pubs owned by Global Mutual will deliver a letter to Small Firms Minister Paul Scully

Tenants to protest pub-owning hedge fund’s rent relief

By Stuart Stone

A group formed by the tenants of 202 pubs owned by Global Mutual will march on Whitehall to deliver a letter to Small Firms Minister Paul Scully today (9 September) despite the hedge fund stating that it has provided £4.4m worth of pandemic support thus...

'Serious impact': Adnams' H1 results revealed a pre-tax loss of £3.5m for the first six months of 2020 compared to a loss of £800,000 in 2019

Adnams pre-tax losses increase to £3.5m

By Stuart Stone

Suffolk-based brewer and pub operator Adnams has reported further losses as a result of the “serious impact” of the coronavirus crisis on the business.

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