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Defiant: Mulholland says he will continue to campaign on pub rights

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Mulholland looks to work with successor at Save the Pub Group

By Liam Coleman

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.

The Morning Advertiser looks over the past eight years at the group’s achievements

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Save the Pub Group: A Timeline

By Sara Hussein

After the news yesterday (10 January) that MP Greg Mullholland was being replaced by Labour MP Toby Perkins as chairman of the All Parliamentary Save the Pub Group, The Morning Advertiser looks over the past eight years at the group’s achievements, challenges...

The roundtable will be hosted at the Antwerp Arms in north London

ACVs

PMA to host pub ACV roundtable debate

By Mike Berry

The PMA has teamed up with the Parliamentary Save the Pub Group to co-host a roundtable debate on the value of ACV listings to the trade.

Greg Mulholland: 'Tie reform can save the British pub'

Good news for beer, but what about the pub?

By Greg Mulholland

When it comes to British beer, to quote Harold Macmillan, we have never had it so good. Nationally, we now have 840 breweries, with almost 100 new ones opening across the UK in the past year, with a remarkable 5,500 beers now in regular production, a...

Mulholland: wants action on pubcos

Enterprise defends tenants’ treatment

Enterprise Inns has defended its treatment of tenants after new figures show 17 of the 30 “serious” licensee complaints against pubcos to a group of MPs were from Enterprise tenants.

British Pub Week: take part in the celebration

British Pub Week's Thrive on 5 link-up

By Ewan Turney

British Pub Week, which celebrates the very best of British hospitality, is back for another year — and will link up with the campaign to cut VAT...

Greg Mulholland: Believes it a 'myth' that tied pubs are less likely to close than freehouses

Tied pubs 'not less likely to close'

By The PMA Team

The All Party Parliamentary Save the Pub Group has published evidence that it claims disproves tied pubs are less likely to close than freehouses....

Mulholland (L) & Adams (R): want to close planning loopholes

'Add pub planning laws to Localism Bill'

By Ewan Turney

MPs on the Save the Pub Group have urged the Government to include new planning laws making it harder to demolish pubs in the Localism Bill.

Community value: new attempt to measure

Fresh push to rate community pub value

By Gemma McKenna

Pub campaigners have announced a second push to measure a pub's community value in financial terms. Rick Muir, of the Institute for Public Policy...

M&B: sale agreed

M&B announces £91m lodge sale

By Martyn Leek, M&C Report

Mitchells & Butlers, Britain's biggest managed pub group, has announced the sale of 52 budget hotels for £91m. The deal, to Prupim includes the...

Mulholland: recently rewarded for his campaigning work on behalf of pubs

Mulholland: game is up for pubcos

By Ewan Turney

The game is up for "unscrupulous pubcos", Save the Pub Group chair Greg Mulholland has warned. The pro-pub Lib Dem MP has worked tirelessly for a...

M&B: Takeover panel dismissed its case

Takeover Panel dismisses M&B claims

By Martyn Leek, M&C Report

The battle for control of Mitchells & Butlers has taken another twist after it was revealed that the Takeover Panel has dismissed the pub group's...

Live music: concerns over restrictions

MPs to discuss pub live music reform

By Ewan Turney

A Lib Dem Peer will present his view of how to make it easier for pubs to host live music to the Save the Pub Group today. Lord Clement-Jones, who...

Mulholland with Justice for Licensees leader Inez Ward

MP: real need for mandatory pubco reform

By Ewan Turney

The breakdown of the landmark pub trade mediation talks prove there is a real need for mandatory reform to the tied pub model, says Greg Mulholland.