Social Responsibility

The judging panel is looking for businesses that train employees and support the local community

Pubs urged to shout about their work for the community

By Ellie Bothwell

Pubs are being encouraged to contact their local MPs and shout about their work for the community after the All-Party Parliamentary Corporate Responsibility Group (APCRG) launched a new initiative to celebrate responsible businesses.

Persistent underage sales: fine will be doubled in April

Range of licensing reforms expected for April

By Adam Pescod

The Government has confirmed the licensing measures that will be brought into force next month as part of the Police Reform & Social Responsibility Act, which was passed last summer.

Late night levy: police would receive extra funding

Trade bodies in late night levy talks

By Michelle Perrett

Pub trade bodies are meeting with Home Office officials and local authorities to discuss the implementation of the late-night levy (LNL) and early-morning restriction orders (EMROs).

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.

Rufus Hall is to speak at the UN

Orchid CEO invited to address the UN

By MA Reporter

Rufus Hall, chief executive of Orchid Group, the 295-strong managed pub company, has been invited to address the United Nations (UN) in New York on...