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Wake-up call: New developments need net gains on biodiversity

26 January 2023 by

With new environmental requirements coming into force, Robert Walton gives advice on making sure your development is biodiverse

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O2 Academy Brixton licence suspended following fatal crush

22 December 2022 by

The O2 Academy Brixton’s licence has been suspended until 16 January 2023 after crowds tried to force entry to a gig last week, resulting in a crush that led to the deaths of two people.

Hospitality businesses to be banned from taking a cut of staff tips News

Hospitality businesses to be banned from taking a cut of staff tips

24 September 2021 by

Hospitality businesses are to be banned from taking a cut of staff tips or service charge[...]

Consultation launched on making pub marquees and street markets permanent News

Consultation launched on making pub marquees and street markets permanent

07 September 2021 by

Planning reforms allowing pubs to put up marquees and street markets to run year-round could be[...]

Natasha’s Law: July conference highlights, summer series news and a free audit guide Business

Natasha’s Law: July conference highlights, summer series news and a free audit guide

26 July 2021 by

Sponsored article: With just over three months to go until 1 October 2021, Nutritics and partners[...]

Three months to Natasha’s Law: your guide to being compliant by 1 October 2021 Business

Three months to Natasha’s Law: your guide to being compliant by 1 October 2021

05 July 2021 by

Sponsored article: With three months to go until the introduction of Natasha’s Law on 1 October[...]

Industry welcomes amended licensing regulations News

Industry welcomes amended licensing regulations

10 June 2021

Hospitality has welcomed amended licensing regulations in England and Wales.

Natasha's Law: just 19 weeks left on the countdown to compliance Business

Natasha's Law: just 19 weeks left on the countdown to compliance

24 May 2021

There are roughly 19 weeks left before Natasha’s Law is coming into force in the UK, which means time is getting shorter to get your business ready. By 1 October, all providers of pre-packed food for direct sale need to[...]

Chef secures pay rise for 300 staff after exposing London Living Wage loophole News

Chef secures pay rise for 300 staff after exposing London Living Wage loophole

13 May 2021 by

A chef has managed to secure a pay rise for his colleagues who provide school meals[...]

Calorie labelling to be mandatory for large hospitality businesses from 2022 News

Calorie labelling to be mandatory for large hospitality businesses from 2022

13 May 2021 by

Large hospitality businesses will be required to display calorie information on menus and food labels from[...]

Overcoming new tech pains: RMS change-management tips News

Overcoming new tech pains: RMS change-management tips

26 April 2021 by

Sponsored article by Warren Mandelbaum, senior sales director EMEA at Ideas.

Natasha’s Law critical industry update: How to manage the risks around allergen misinformation Business

Natasha’s Law critical industry update: How to manage the risks around allergen misinformation

26 April 2021 by

With the food and hospitality sector reopening and the weather brightening up, it finally seems that[...]

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Tomahawk accused of ‘bullying’ staff into paying their own pension and NI

01 March 2021

Tomahawk Steakhouse has been accused of “bullying” furloughed staff into paying their own pension and National Insurance contributions by way of a voluntary loan to the company.

£23m fund announced for fishing businesses suffering export losses News

£23m fund announced for fishing businesses suffering export losses

20 January 2021

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.

Jacobs Media Group is honoured to be the recipient of the 2020 Queen's Award for Enterprise.

The highest official awards for UK businesses since being established by royal warrant in 1965. Read more.

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