'Dreadful' immigration bill moves forward after gaining initial approval from MPs
The government’s immigration bill, described as a potential “hammer-blow” for the hospitality industry, has gained initial approval from MPs despite attracting strong opposition. "
‘Covid-19 surcharge’ rejected to offset food price increases
Reports of a ‘Covid-19 surcharge’ being added to restaurant bills in the United States have met a frosty reception amongst both guests and operators here in the UK.
Campaign calls on government to transform UK streets into a Grand Outdoor Café
A campaign, led by music venue the Piano Works and supported by UKHospitality, is calling on the government and operators to support a campaign to transform public spaces and streets into al fresco dining spaces.
Tom Barnes to cook the main course at the 2020 Great British Menu banquet
Chef Tom Barnes, executive chef at two-Michelin-starred L’Enclume and one-Michelin-starred Rogan & Co, has made it through to the 2020 Great British Menu banquet with his winning main course."
Government sets up taskforce to plan how pubs and restaurants can reopen
The government has set up a ministerial-led taskforce to plan for how and when pubs and restaurants can safely reopen, after the prime minister announced earlier this week that some hospitality businesses could start to reopen from 4 July.
Niall Keating reaches Great British Menu 2020 banquet with fish course win
Niall Keating, executive chef of two Michelin-starred Whatley Manor in the Cotswolds, is the second chef through to the 2020 Great British Menu banquet with his fish course ‘witches of the Northern Lights’.