Thursday, September 19, 2019
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In Scotland David is beating Goliath

Recent high-profile closures have reinforced the resilience of Scotland’s independent restaurant scene, writes Alan Gordon .
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‘Fatally flawed’ Act must be changed

With a backlog of personal licence renewals expected, make sure you have more than one PLH on your staff, says lawyer Janet Hood .
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GDPR uncertainty remains a year on

Hospitality businesses can take opportunity to build more effective marketing databases, writes software developer Patrick Clover .
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Employment law landscape shifts

Further legislative change is on the horizon and hospitality sector employers must keep up to speed, writes lawyer Laura Salmond .

Rates remains a cloudy subject

As new bills begin to arrive the much-lauded cap is not the reprieve it seemed to be, writes rates specialist Martin Clarkson .
Scottish Government ignored industry advice to make damaging tourist tax decision, writes UK Hospitality’s Willie Macleod

A disgraceful betrayal of trust

Scottish Government ignored industry advice to make damaging tourist tax decision, writes UK Hospitality’s Willie Macleod

Time to move your tax online

Business owners should take steps now ahead of the April 2019 compliance deadline, writes Mel Stride MP

Partnership yields results

The importance of  working together cannot be underestimated, writes Inspector Susan Gillon

‘Heady cocktail’ of licensing changes

This year has brought plenty more for operators in the Scottish trade to keep track of, writes licensing lawyer Theresa Hunt

Staff and customers’ data must be safe

In the second part of his article on GDPR, lawyer Stephen Connolly details the various ways licensed trade businesses must look after personal data