National Pubwatch

Enormous experience: Lord Kennedy is the former vice-chairman of the all-party parliamentary beer-group

National Pubwatch appoints new honorary president

By Stuart Stone

Lord Roy Kennedy of Southwark has been appointed as the new National Pubwatch honorary president after many years of working closely with the pub and hospitality trade in his role as a Labour vice-chairman of the all-party parliamentary beer group.

National Pubwatch unveils speakers for its conference

National Pubwatch conference boasts top speakers

By Michelle Perrett

The National Pubwatch conference 2014 is boasting a series of top line speakers including Association of Chief Police Officers licensing lead chief constable Adrian Lee.

'Year of opportunity ahead,' says Simmonds

BBPA: Pubs must capitalise on 'year of celebration'

By Adam Pescod

Britain’s pubs must capitalise on the huge year of celebration in 2012 – without over-zealous councils and regulations getting in the way, said BBPA chief executive Brigid Simmonds today.

Baker: concerned for licensees

National Pubwatch in attack concern

By Adam Pescod

The chairman of National Pubwatch has raised concern that licensees are being seen "as part of the problem" when they are assaulted in their...

Court not Caution: Pubwatch success

Pubwatch success on tougher sentencing

By Ewan Turney

National Pubwatch has secured a crucial success in helping to gain tougher sentencing for thugs who attack licensees or bar staff. New guidelines...

Pub Thugs: could be made to pay for damage

Pubs could pursue claims against yobs

By John Harrington

Licensees are being offered a way to claim money from troublemakers who damage their property or attack their staff, under a scheme being led by...