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Licensee sets up one-man Pubwatch rival

Licensee sets up one-man Pubwatch rival

By James Wallin

A licensee, who set up his own one-man Pubwatch scheme after a row with his district branch, has called on authorities to recognise alternatives to the national body.

Pub insurance public liability

Legal Q&A: Accidents outside your pub

By Weightmans

Where do you stand if a passer-by injures themselves by tripping over a table outside your pub? In the first of a series of articles on insurance and legal issues, law firm Weightmans provides the answers.


The path to triumph in the BII’s top award

By Mahdis Neghabian

Stepping into the Bloomsbury Hotel in central London as one of the judges for this year’s BII (British Institute of Innkeeping) Licensee of the Year award brought back fond and frightening memories of last year when I was on the other side of the table.

Custom Multizone: collapse hits host

Multizone collapse hits host

By John Harrington

A licensee says he has paid hundreds of pounds for a service he never received after the collapse of screen media company Custom Multizone. Tom...