The chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary Beer Group (APPBG) MP Andrew Griffiths has defended the brewing industry against accusations from the British Medical Journal (BMJ) that it had an undue influence on the Government over minimum pricing.
A Scottish pub company has resisted an appeal brought against it by the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL), a case that could impact on English pubs that have been asked not to use foreign satellite systems.
Two brands have joined the line-up of prestigious sponsors of this year’s BT Sport Great British Pub Awards.The awards, organised by the Publican’s Morning Advertiser (PMA), celebrate the achievements of single-site pubs.
Wales could implement its own policy on minimum alcohol pricing, the Welsh Government has confirmed, after health minister Mark Drakeford admitted he was “disappointed” by the Coalition’s lack of action on the proposal.
A new Russian soft drink, which has been developed to mimic the kick of vodka, but without containing alcohol, will be launched into pubs and bars in London and Brighton at the end of this month, alongside an £8m marketing campaign.
Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Save the Pub Group, Greg Mulholland, has co-signed an EDM tabled condemning the British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA) for its decision to pursue a judicial review against Cambridge City Council’s supplementary planning...
Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Save the Pub Group, Greg Mulholland MP asked Economic Secretary to the Treasury, Sajid Javid, for an update on his consideration of the future of the beer duty escalator.
All-Party Parliamentary Beer Group chairman Andrew Griffiths MP has tabled an early day motion (EDM) calling for a review of the economic and social impact of the beer duty escalator before the 2013 Budget.