Pub group JD Wetherspoon has admitted liability in connection with an incident at its pub the Tivoli in Cambridge, where door staff refused entry to three members of the travelling community.
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The multi-millionaire founder of HomeServe, the emergency plumbing business, is to give away 50% equity in the North Yorkshire pub he owns, which he intends to become one of the best in the UK.
The new owner of a Northumberland hotel, which closed after going into administration in 2012, intends to reopen the property as a “spectacular” wedding venue and village pub.
A new branch of Costa Coffee and a new location for Fuller’s Pubs have been announced as part of the New Capital Quay mixed-use development in Greenwich, London.
Toby Carvery has become the subject of legal action from almost 200 people who claimed they fell ill after eating at the group’s Exeter Arms branch.
Barclays analysis of its customers in the industry has found the number of pub owners aged 25 to 34 has risen by a quarter since 2012, now accounting for 15% of pub and bar owners.
JD Wetherspoon has been ordered to pay out £24,000 to a group of travellers who were banned from one of its pubs after a court ruled the chain had racially discriminated against them.
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has launched a global petition and social media campaign to demand compulsory food education for all children.
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