How did the hospitality protest at Parliament go?

Hospitality makes some noise at Parliamentary protest

By Ed Bedington

Crowds of hospitality staff descended on parliament yesterday (Monday 19 October) to make some noise and remind politicians of the ongoing struggles restrictions are causing to the sector.

Keeping tradition: campaigners left disappointed after listing application is rejected

Fight to keep Victorian heritage lost

By Alice Leader

Concerns have been raised after a Victorian pub was denied listed status to protect its heritage and deter developers who wanted to convert the site into flats.

Protest: march on Parliament today

LIVE: Pubco Protest march on parliament

By Ewan Turney & Gemma McKenna

Live updates and photos from the Pubco Protest march on Parliament today. Angry tied pub tenants are demanding urgent action on rents and the beer tie.

Protest is set for 7 December

Hundreds expected at pubco protest march

By John Harrington

Pub tenant campaigner Inez Ward says next month's anti-pubco protest march on Parliament is set to be much bigger than the demonstration at pubco HQs...

Turpin: met protesters at Punch

Punch: leased model does work

By Ewan Turney

Punch Taverns has stressed that the leased model does have a future despite a protest from licensees outside its HQ. Punch facilities director Steve...

Protesters outside Enterprise HQ

Pubco protest: as it happened

By Gemma McKenna

The Morning Advertiser's blow-by-blow account of how events at the pubco protest outside the HQs of Enterprise and Punch unfolded, plus a photo...

Protest will be led by Inez Ward (second from left) and other Fair Pint members

Licensees to call for pubco action

By Ewan Turney

Frustrated licensees are to present an open letter calling for a fairer deal on rents and beer prices to the bosses of Britain's two biggest pubcos at a protest march on Monday.

Townsend: protest is not the right way to conduct a business relationship

Enterprise: dialogue better than protest

By Ewan Turney

Enterprise chief operating officer Simon Townsend said he would be "very disappointed" if any of its lessees attend a planned protest without first...

Protest will be led by Inez Ward (second from left) and other Fair Pint members

Punch to welcome protesters at HQ

By Ewan Turney

Punch Taverns will welcome any of its lessees attending the protest outside its HQ next week in for a coffee and a chat. Frustrated licensees are...