Hospital trusts must ‘move food up the priority list’ says Prue Leith
Hospital food should be given same attention and respect as that made by "posh chefs" at fine dining restaurants, broadcaster and chef Prue Leith has said. "
Hospitality industry will need to 'relentlessly chip away at government' to change immigration policy
Operators will need to “relentlessly chip away at government” if it is to overturn its perception of the hospitality industry as ‘low skilled’ and see changes to the proposed immigration system.
UKHospitality calls for new chancellor to boost the sector in forthcoming budget
The UK hospitality industry has called on the new chancellor of the exchequer Rishi Sunak to take steps to boost the sector by slashing business rates and undertaking a reform of the apprenticeship levy
National Living Wage to increase by 6.2% from 1 April 2020
The National Living Wage will increase by 6.2% to £8.72 on 1 April 2020, the Treasury has announced this morning. "
Government renews commitment to business rates reform in Queen's Speech
The government has confirmed its commitment to a review of business rates in today’s Queen Speech, and stated that revaluations will be held on a three-year cycle from 2021.
UKHospitality calls on Tory government to honour business rates pledge
UKHospitality has said the Conservative election triumph is the beginning of the end of uncertainty for the industry, but called on the government to honour its campaign promise to cut business rates.