Boris Johnson

In talks: South Yorkshire leaders discuss tier three

South Yorkshire moving to tier three

By Nicholas Robinson

South Yorkshire pubs will face tough tier three rules from this Saturday (24 October), it has been announced following lengthy discussions.

New date: face coverings will now be required to be worn by customers and staff from tomorrow (Thursday 24 September)

Face covering requirement date brought forward

By Nikkie Thatcher

The requirement for pub staff and customers to wear face coverings inside has been moved to tomorrow (Thursday 24 September) despite the Cabinet Office previously confirming to The Morning Advertiser that it would be enforced from Monday (28 September).

Increased risk: the UK alert level has risen from three to four

Government 10pm curfew 'crushing blow'

By Nikkie Thatcher

The Government's plan to impose a 10pm curfew to all pubs, bars, restaurants and other hospitality businesses has been labelled 'a crushing blow' for trade.

Rule of six: 'You must not meet socially in groups of more than six and if you do, you will be breaking the law,' Boris Johnson explained

‘Rule of six’ comes into force today

By Nikkie Thatcher

The Government’s ‘rule of six’ will be enforced from today (Monday 14 September) meaning those breaking it could be arrested.

Favourite: Johnson is most trusted to run pubs

CAMRA

Boris Johnson: nation's favourite to run a pub

By Nikkie Sutton

The recently appointed Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has been voted the politician trusted most to run a pub according to the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA).

Destroying UK's oldest gay pub 'unthinkable'

Destroying UK's oldest gay pub 'unthinkable'

By Emily Sutherland

Prominent architects have added their voices to the call to save the UK’s oldest gay pub the Royal Vauxhall Tavern and described destroying it as ‘unthinkable.’

Who is this man?

Election Special

Mystery man: Can you name the Community Pubs Minister?

By Mike Berry

Two thirds of PMA readers are unable to name the Community Pubs Minister - a damning indictment of how invisible and ineffective the majority of publicans think the incumbent has been in the post.