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City venue has hours cut

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GLASGOW bar, nightclub and casino The Corinthian Club has had its licensed trading hours cut from 6am to 3am following a licence review.

The G1 Group venue was brought before Glasgow licensing board after Police Scotland raised concerns.
A report from police to the board said officers had attended 222 incidents at The Corinthian in the year to February, with 29 resulting in arrests.
The Corinthian’s new core hours are 11am to 3am, Monday to Saturday and 12.30pm to 3am on Sundays. However, the venue will be permitted to sell alcohol for “pre-booked gaming functions” in the gaming rooms on the upper floors until 6am.
It was also ruled that in addition to the venue’s existing toughened glass policy all bottles, other than Champagne and wine, must be decanted after 12 midnight, with the exception of bottles served in its dining and function rooms.
G1 Group was unavailable for comment as SLTN went to press.

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