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Eight [years] has been great: Nikkie Sutton, senior food and drink reporter at The Morning Advertiser

Opinion

Why I still work in a pub

By Nikkie Sutton

For me, my local pub means so many things. It’s the place where I met my soon-to-be husband; made relationships with some of my best friends; somewhere I can walk into at any time of the day (or night); and it’s also where I feel safe and part of a community.

Purple pound: what long-term changes can your business make to improve disabled customers' experiences?

What is Purple Tuesday?

By Emily Hawkins

Purple Tuesday – the UK’s first day focused on making shopping and dining out accessible for disabled customers – took place today (Tuesday 13 November).

Be realistic: Brewhouse & Kitchen's Kris Gumbrell says university students are saddled with high debts and little genuine job prospects

B&K work offer to politicians over 'unskilled' jibe

By Stuart Stone

Brewhouse & Kitchen (B&K) chief executive Kris Gumbrell discussed hospitality's status as 'the accidental career' after former Apprentice contestant Frances Bishop told the BBC that working behind a bar taught her more than university.

Training review: many apprentices are not receiving high-quality training, according to a cross-party report

What makes a good hospitality apprenticeship?

By Emily Hawkins

Many apprentices are not receiving high-quality training, according to a new report. The hospitality sector has welcomed calls for greater regulation of training providers.

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