Licensed Multiple Retailers

Trade anger: Liverpool has agreed to implement a late-night levy policy

Licensing

Industry slams Liverpool late-night levy decision

By James Evison

The Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers and British Beer & Pub Association have described the move by Liverpool City Council to implement a late-night levy as "disappointing" and questioned if the local authority has the powers to...

'Green shoots' of recovery for pubs

'Green shoots' of recovery for pubs

By Emily Sutherland

The future of pubs outside the capital is increasingly bright according to analysts CGA Strategy, with the on-trade market in growth for the first time in five years.

The polycarbonate containers Egg London has been forced to use

Police crackdown on glassware in London pubs

By Ellie Bothwell

Licensees are being forced to serve drinks in plastic “urine sample-style” containers as police and councils crackdown on glassware in pubs and clubs operating after midnight.

The prize limit will increase from £70 to £100

Gaming machine maximum prize limits to rise

By Ellie Bothwell

The prize limit for ‘Category C’ or ‘fruit’ machines has increased to £100, and the stake limit has retained at £1, after the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) and Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers (ALMR) lobbied for the rise.

Burdensome regulations: the late-night and early

Trade must fight new legal burdens

By Michelle Perrett

The industry needs to fight its corner to ensure the late-night levy (LNL) and early morning restriction orders (EMROs) are not too burdensome on the trade, claims Peter Coulson, the Publican’s Morning Advertiser’s legal editor.

Clear-up operation: the aftermath of the riots in Ealing, west London

Riots: Trade associations called to riot meeting

By Michelle Perrett

Trade associations were called to a crunch meeting with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) and the Metropolitan Police over the effect of the rioting across the UK, yesterday.