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Tuesday, April 13, 2021
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Immigration challenges for hospitality industry continue

No matter what happens in this week’s general election, hiring foreign staff is about to get much more complicated, writes Iain Halliday of law firm McGill & Co

More to the Budget than meets the eye

While there was plenty to complain about, there are several bright sides to George Osborne’s plans, writes Ian McDougall The Conservative Government has a slim majority...
From January 2014 outlets producing more than 50kg of food waste a week must present it for separate collection.

No time to waste on recycling rules

Operators must act now to comply with new regulations, writes Zero Waste Scotland boss Iain Gulland WITH the new Waste (Scotland) Regulations coming into force...

Coronavirus: Outdoor seating could be trade’s greatest asset during transition

Moving into the summer months usually brings a wave of external seating projects to us however, with the impact of COVID-19, we are looking more at robust large coverings as well to enable operators to have the comfort to deliver more structured dining covers outside as well
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Don’t ignore the fire risk signs

Infringement of fire safety regulations can have unthinkable consequences, writes fire safety consultant Dene Mitchell
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Trade must be aware of powers

It’s vital operators know what police and LSOs can and can’t do during premises visits, writes licensing lawyer Janet Hood THE Scottish Government has given...

New retail manager for whisky experience

THE Scotch Whisky Experience in Edinburgh has appointed a new manager for its retail outlet. Keith MacKay has more than 14 years’ experience in the...

Partnership yields results

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

Get your tax house in order

As the spotlight falls on the tax affairs of the nation, hospitality operators should be prepared for more attention from HMRC in the coming...