The Morning Advertiser has launched the Green Initiative, supported by Molson Coors Beverage Company and Brewfitt, to highlight the benefits and opportunities being more environmentally friendly can have on business.
Greene King has launched its new Gender Identity Policy, which offers support for LGBTQ+ team members who are transitioning at work, or who identify as a different identity to that which they were born.
A refusal by the Government to implement legislation for security businesses is putting the sector at risk from terrorist threats, according to the Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) and the UK Door Security Association (UKDSA).
The Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) has called for a revision of London’s current Transport for London system, which currently puts some 36,990 night workers at risk of being charged twice in one shift under the ULEZ scheme.
Revolution Bars Group has announced its commitment to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions across its supply chain and operations has been assessed and approved by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).
Sharp’s Brewery, the maker of the UK’s best-selling amber ale Doom Bar, has followed the launch of Solar Wave, its first nationally available cask hazy IPA, with the announcement that the brew has gained vegan certification from the Vegetarian Society...
The SLTA (Scottish Licensed Trade Association) has welcomed the news Scotland’s Deposit Return Scheme (DRS) will be delayed until at least October 2025 but warned politics must be left out of it in future.
Trade bodies have welcomed the opportunity for a more collaborative approach to finalising the details of Scotland's Deposit Return Scheme (DRS) after the start of the initiative was delayed for the third time.
Punch Pubs & Co has strengthened its sustainability credentials with the launch of its inaugural Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) report – Punch Promise – with the aim of “helping its pubs to contribute towards the world’s goals, albeit...
By Jonathan Smith, managing partner, Poppleston Allen
In 1952, the last time we enjoyed a good old knees up at a coronation, the sale of alcohol was governed by the Licensing Act 1921, pubs were faced with many of the restrictions that had applied during the First World War, such as the afternoon break and...