Molson Coors boss: Future of on-trade 'brighter than ever'

Taking on more responsibilty has seen Martyn Cozens react positively and he believes the future for the on-trade is brighter than it has ever been. Nicholas Robinson reports.

Source:Molson Coors boss: Future of on-trade 'brighter than ever'

Licensee complains to Punch after debt collectors ‘steal’ property

A licensee has complained to the chief executive of Punch pubco, claiming her personal property was “stolen” last month by the representatives of a debt collection firm used by Punch.

Source:Licensee complains to Punch after debt collectors ‘steal’ property

Rugby legend Phil Vickery is Doom Bar ambassador

Former England rugby union captain Phil Vickery has been chosen as Doom Bar brand ambassador ahead of this summer’s tour of New Zealand.

Source:Rugby legend Phil Vickery is Doom Bar ambassador

Greene King loses bingo licence appeal

The Court of Appeal has refused a Greene King application to have bingo in its pubs, after the court ruled in favour of the Gambling Commission.

Source:Greene King loses bingo licence appeal

Pubs heading for bumper bank holiday trade

Pubs are expected to receive an increase in trade of 25% as consumers decide to eat and drink out over the spring bank holiday weekend.

Source:Pubs heading for bumper bank holiday trade

UKIP wants to ‘restrict trading times’ for pubs

The UK Independence Party (UKIP) has announced plans to “reduce the density of alcohol outlets and restrict trading times” for pubs and bars in its pre-election manifesto.

Source:UKIP wants to ‘restrict trading times’ for pubs

Provenance Inns co-founder quits as director

There will be “no changes to current or future projects” from Provenance Inns, despite the co-founder resigning as managing director.

Source:Provenance Inns co-founder quits as director

5 food safety issues to avoid this summer

There are five key food-safety issues operators need to be aware of this summer, according to the British Hospitality Association (BHA).

Source:5 food safety issues to avoid this summer

Pubs called on to take part in Tax Equality Day

Pubs have been called on to cut the price of food and drink for a day, following results of a report highlighting the benefits of low VAT on job creation and competitiveness in the EU.

Source:Pubs called on to take part in Tax Equality Day

Gallery: MA500 hits Liverpool

The MA500 business club hit Liverpool this month (Thursday 18 May) and included top tips from operators inside and outside the trade before an evening of networking at some of the city's finest venues.

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