May, 2018 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Robust age verification important

TRADE group the SBPA is to remind its members of the importance of operating a robust Challenge 25 policy …

Prices to rise post-Brexit?

BREXIT-related tariff and non-tariff ‘barriers’ could lead to “significant” food price rises and disruption to the supply chain …

High praise for church refurb

Project has transformed local restaurant business …

Ayrshire venue is breaking barriers

Kilmarnock social enterprise championing those in need …

‘Another step forward’ for AoC

Trade welcomes calls for ‘agent of change’ to be adopted into law …

Scrap the cab tax for venues

Calls for change in HMRC late night staff taxis policy …

Licensing mustn’t be used for other issues

Legislation shouldn’t be used as a ‘gateway’ to solve wider issues or general concerns, writes lawyer Stephen McGowan …

Capital beer fest set to return

BEER event Festivale is set to return next month as part of Edinburgh venue Summerhall’s ten-day festival, Southern Exposure. …

Restaurant star is awarded top honour

RESTAURATEUR Tony Crolla has been awarded one of the highest civilian honours in Italy in recognition of his passion for Italian food, drink and culture. …

Strength in solitude

A BORDERS hotel is striking out on its own after ending a franchise agreement with global hotels brand Mercure. …

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