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£23m fund announced for fishing businesses suffering export losses

20 January 2021 by

A £23m fund has been made available to support exporters in the fishing industry that have experienced losses after the EU–UK Trade and Co-operation Agreement (TCA) signed on 30 December.

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Technology Prospectus 2021: setting up an allergy alert system

11 December 2020 by

Covid safety has flown to the top of operators’ priority lists this year, but with new allergen laws coming into force in 2021, now isn’t the time to drop the ball on other food safety issues.

Chancellor: No 'cliff-edge' to the furlough scheme News

Chancellor: No 'cliff-edge' to the furlough scheme

05 May 2020 by

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has said that there will be no “cliff-edge” to the furlough scheme and[...]

Government has 'eight weeks to save the nation’s high streets' News

Government has 'eight weeks to save the nation’s high streets'

04 May 2020 by

UK high streets are on the “brink of collapse” as the eight-week countdown to the next[...]

Government to unveil plan to restart the economy next week News

Government to unveil plan to restart the economy next week

30 April 2020 by

Prime minister Boris Johnson has confirmed the government will unveil a plan next week that will[...]

 Beer duty ‘huge blow’ to pubs and brewers after government refused to defer payment News

Beer duty ‘huge blow’ to pubs and brewers after government refused to defer payment

27 April 2020 by

Brewers are under further financial strain after the government rejected a blanket deferral of £750m beer[...]

Oklava founders launch petition in response to immigration policy News

Oklava founders launch petition in response to immigration policy

21 February 2020

Oklava restaurant founders Selin Kiazim and Laura Christie have set up a petition in response to the UK government’s new immigration policy, which under the points system would class restaurant and bar staff as ‘unskilled’.

Ask Italian fined £40,000 for serving wrongly labelled lobster dish News

Ask Italian fined £40,000 for serving wrongly labelled lobster dish

15 January 2020

Ask Italian has apologised for misleading customers over wrongly labelling a popular lobster dish at the 110 sites across the mid-market chain.

Wake-up call: do you know the new immigration laws around skilled chefs? Business

Wake-up call: do you know the new immigration laws around skilled chefs?

31 October 2019 by

The Shortage Occupation List can offer opportunities for skilled chefs and understaffed operators, but it’s important[...]

Wake-up call: ways of working with influencers Advice

Wake-up call: ways of working with influencers

26 July 2019 by

Influencers can be great when it comes to providing advertising to an engaged audience

Allergen labelling: Natasha's Law will be impractical for operators, UKHospitality warns Foodservice

Allergen labelling: Natasha's Law will be impractical for operators, UKHospitality warns

25 June 2019 by

Parliamentary committee offers ‘radical' reassessment of business rates to support high streets Hotel

Parliamentary committee offers ‘radical' reassessment of business rates to support high streets

21 February 2019 by

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