Outgoing chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Save the Pub Group (APPSPG), Greg Mulholland, has said that he is looking to "work together" with the group's new chair, Toby Perkins - despite being ousted by him as group chair.
Taking a five-minute stroll from one pub in Otley to another with the town’s MP, Greg Mulholland, is long enough to bump into three smiling faces of local licensees keen to greet their local politician.
Paul Newby’s appointment as pubs code adjudicator has come under intense scrutiny amid claims of conflict of interest, culminating in a grilling at a Business Innovation and Skills select committee last week. The Publican’s Morning Advertiser looks at...
Jeremy Corbyn, the new leader of the Opposition, is a teetotaller, and despite delivering his victory speech in a Westminster pub, he hasn’t spoken often on them in parliament. But that hasn’t stopped him supporting a wide range of pub-related motions...
Greg Mulholland, MP, campaign coordinator for Fair Deal for Your Local and chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Save the Pub Group, has raised the issue of pubco reform ahead of a demonstration at a closed pubco pub in David Cameron’s Witney constituency.
Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Save the Pub Group, Greg Mulholland MP, has today written to chief secretary to the Treasury, Danny Alexander MP, calling on the Government to look to create a more equal duty system between beer and cider.
All-Party Parliamentary Save the Pub Group Chair, Greg Mulholland, has secured a meeting with the Community Pubs Minister, Brandon Lewis MP, to discuss the issue of pubs being converted into supermarkets.
Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Save the Pub Group, Greg Mulholland MP, has slammed the announcement that the revised Industry Framework Code (IFC) governing tenant-pubco relations will not come into force until the end of October.
Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Save the Pub Group, Liberal Democrat MP Greg Mulholland, has called for a ministerial statement on the floor of the House of Commons, so the Government can lay out its timetable for reform of the beer tie.