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‘Hammer blow’ immigration bill to return to Commons today
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‘Hammer blow’ immigration bill to return to Commons today

18 May 2020 by

The government’s immigration bill, described as a potential ‘hammer blow’ to the hospitality industry, is to return to the House of Commons today.

Triple threat: How Brexit, bad weather and coronavirus will affect food prices
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Triple threat: How Brexit, bad weather and coronavirus will affect food prices

17 March 2020 by

Brexit, inclement weather and the coronavirus outbreak are all going to have an effect on the supply chain. Buying specialist Lynx Purchasing has the lowdown

Business groups' pleas for details of immigration proposals
Government told to scrap 'populist soundbites' as fears mount over post-Brexit immigration policy
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Government told to scrap 'populist soundbites' as fears mount over post-Brexit immigration policy

14 October 2019

A plea for the government to scrap “populist soundbites” has been issued after research renewed fears about the possible impact of its post-Brexit immigration policy on hospitality.

UKHospitality and Tourism Alliance publish Brexit no-deal guidance
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UKHospitality and Tourism Alliance publish Brexit no-deal guidance

11 October 2019

With uncertainty still surrounding the UK’s withdrawal from the EU at the end of October, UKHospitalty and the Tourism Alliance have joined forces to publish guidance for the hospitality and tourism sectors in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

JD Wetherspoon sees like-for-like sales increase by 6.5%
'Yellowhammer' documents warn of fall in supplies of fresh produce
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'Yellowhammer' documents warn of fall in supplies of fresh produce

12 September 2019

The government’s Brexit-planning ‘Yellowhammer’ documents have warned that fresh food supplies will “decrease” in the event of a no-deal Brexit with long delays at crossings

Fred Sirieix granted settled status following earlier confusion over application
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Fred Sirieix granted settled status following earlier confusion over application

03 September 2019

The Home Office has apologised to Fred Sirieix over the confusion regarding his application for permanent residency in the UK in the lead up to Brexit.

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