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Friday, December 3, 2021

A full plate of policies

Changes on food policy are coming, so it’s more important than ever that the industry works together, writes Leon Thompson of UK Hospitality Scotland.

Vaccine passports: When is a nightclub not a nightclub?

Ministers' attitudes towards late-night venues betrays a lack of understanding, writes Stephen McGowan.

Opportunities amid challenging times

Pubs can showcase all that Scotland has to offer, writes Barclays’ Jamie Grant

Why the pandemic has shone a light on mental health in hospitality

Mental health issues cannot be swept under the carpet, writes Jane Rennie.
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Purgatory persists for many in Scottish hospitality

There is much to be concerned and alarmed about in the Scottish Government's roadmap, writes licensing lawyer Stephen McGowan.

VAT cut extension vital for hospitality sector

The announcement by Scottish finance minister Kate Forbes that the current non-domestic rates ‘holiday’ for hospitality and tourism businesses is to be extended until April 2022 gives some much-needed good news to a hospitality sector struggling to survive the devastating effects of this protracted lockdown
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COVID concerns: can the trade survive?

The Scottish hospitality sector has bent over backwards to comply with each new restriction as it came, writes Stephen McGowan
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Insurance ruling was a landmark

Last week the High Court published a lengthy judgment picking over the wording of some insurance policies
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Greater support for trade needed

COVID-19 has been devastating for us all personally, but for an industry based on socialising it has and will continue to be catastrophic

VAT cut meant to help the trade

The chancellor’s summer statement described a reduction in VAT for businesses in the hospitality sector