Confidence in Brexit has dropped dramatically among hospitality business groups as 71% say the UK leaving the EU has already had a negative impact on their business, according to new polling data.
Immigration into the UK should be weighted to help high-skilled workers above low-skilled, a new report that recommends changes that could damage the hospitality industry and exacerbate the skills shortage have ... Read more
You’d have to pay The Sunday Times’s Marina O’Loughlin “quite a lot” to revisit Jamie’s Italian at Westfield Stratford in London The food that initially arrives is perfectly fine: a “creamy” burrata, splayed ov ... Read more
Stonegate Pub Company has reported like-for-like sales growth of 19.2% during this summer’s World Cup, with the event and the hot weather prompting a huge surge in beer sales across the company’s sites.
Pub group Mitchells and Butlers has announced that Stewart Gilliland will step down from his board position of senior independent director. Gilliland has said he intends to focus on other roles as chairman of ... Read more
JD Wetherspoon has posted a growth in like-for-like sales of 5% in its full year statement, but will need to maintain growth in turbulent trading conditions to maintain stability in the current year.
The top 10 finalists have been decided in the 2018 search for the Kitchen Porter of the Year, a competition organised by The Caterer in association and partnership with warewash manufacturer Winterhalter.
The government has decided to adopt ‘Agent of Change’ principles into planning legislation in a move that will support longstanding bars, pubs and clubs facing noise complaint issues from new developments in th ... Read more
The “negative perceptions” of kitchens as “noisy, aggressive and macho” working environments with long hours is a root cause of the staff and skills shortage threatening the industry, a report backed by industr ... Read more