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Music fee plan could kill clubs

PROPOSALS to raise music tariffs for events in bars and nightclubs have been dubbed “a disgrace” by operators, who claim the higher fees could lead to …

Time for national debate on levy

Independent research into impact of a tourist tax on sector is required …

City council in the firing line

Venues on Glasgow street are at risk of closing down …

Pubs the real winners in bumper day for trade

IT was a great day for pubs up and down the country when the World Cup and Wimbledon tournaments came to a head on the same day. …

Drinks firms give gas reassurances

Operators urged not to ‘bulk buy’ amid CO2 shortage …

EU citizen plan is “reassuring”

Trade welcomes settlement scheme but staffing concerns remain …

Contact MSPs to avert disaster

Lawyer calls for the trade to get involved in renewals process …

Watchdog investigating hotel booking sites

THE Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is launching enforcement action against a number of hotel booking sites which it believes may be breaking consumer …

Brewers offer reassurances amid CO2 gas shortage

BREWERS and soft drinks firms have moved to reassure the trade amid the CO2 gas shortage. …

Fresh fears over PLH renewals

Trade and licensing lawyers slam timing of government review …

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