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Prime minister urged to meet with minister for hospitality campaigners

22 January 2021 by

Labour MP Catherine McKinnell has written to the prime minister urging him to meet with the team behind the minister for hospitality campaign.

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Government plans to discuss coronavirus restrictions with the sector

22 January 2021 by

Ministers are planning to discuss the impact of future coronavirus restrictions with hospitality leaders in the coming weeks, it is understood.

Alcohol sales to be banned in House of Commons News

Alcohol sales to be banned in House of Commons

16 October 2020 by

The House of Commons is to stop serving alcohol in its bars and restaurants as stricter[...]

Northern Ireland introduces 11pm curfew for pubs and restaurants News

Northern Ireland introduces 11pm curfew for pubs and restaurants

29 September 2020 by

Northern Ireland will enforce an 11pm curfew for all hospitality businesses from midnight tomorrow (Wednesday 30[...]

Gatherings of more than six people in pubs and restaurants set to be banned from Monday News

Gatherings of more than six people in pubs and restaurants set to be banned from Monday

09 September 2020 by

Social gatherings of more than six people are set to banned in England from Monday, including[...]

Eat Out to Help Out sees 64 million meals claimed so far News

Eat Out to Help Out sees 64 million meals claimed so far

25 August 2020 by

More than 64 million meals have been enjoyed by diners across the country since the Eat[...]

Contract caterers warn calorie requirements could stifle creativity News

Contract caterers warn calorie requirements could stifle creativity

28 July 2020

Contract caterers have warned that plans to require businesses with more than 250 employees to display calories in menus could have unintended consequences, including stifling creativity.

Calorie labelling to be mandatory under new law described as a ‘slap in the face’ for hospitality News

Calorie labelling to be mandatory under new law described as a ‘slap in the face’ for hospitality

27 July 2020

Listing calories on menus will be mandatory for restaurant, café and takeaway businesses with more than 250 employees under new laws being drawn up by government, in a move that UKHospitality has said “could not come at a worse time”.

Bill to streamline planning approval for outdoor seating passed News

Bill to streamline planning approval for outdoor seating passed

23 July 2020 by

Applications for outdoor seating licences will be determined in a maximum of 10 working days and[...]

MPs vote against amendment to protect food welfare standards in trade deal negotiations News

MPs vote against amendment to protect food welfare standards in trade deal negotiations

21 July 2020 by

MPs last night voted against an amendment that would have introduced additional agricultural welfare protections to[...]

Pubs Code rights for tied tenants published ahead of emergency period ending News

Pubs Code rights for tied tenants published ahead of emergency period ending

25 June 2020 by

The Pubs Code Adjudicator (PCA) has published a table that sets out how tied tenants can[...]

Half of restaurants to close without £1.8b emergency package, warns Restaurants Association of Ireland News

Half of restaurants to close without £1.8b emergency package, warns Restaurants Association of Ireland

22 June 2020 by

Half of all restaurants in Ireland will close unless the government intervenes with an emergency grant[...]

Fiscal support urgently needed to end unpaid rent ‘stand-off’ News

Fiscal support urgently needed to end unpaid rent ‘stand-off’

09 June 2020

Fiscal support is urgently needed from government to end the ‘stand-off’ between tenants and landlords over unpaid rent and save jobs, UKHospitality has said.

Revised National Time Out rent plan delivered to chancellor as government warned that time is running out News

Revised National Time Out rent plan delivered to chancellor as government warned that time is running out

08 June 2020

Jonathan Downey has today sent chancellor Rishi Sunak a revised proposal for a National Time Out (NTO) rent deal for commercial landlords and tenants as he warns time is running out for the government to act.

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