The small minority of licensed outlets that defied the Scottish Government’s order to close could find themselves facing sanctions sooner than expected
During the Second World War, when the German Luftwaffe was doing its very best to reduce industrial Britain to rubble, pubs remained open and beer wasn’t rationed. Now, we face an unseen enemy – and, as in all wars, there are heroes and villains
Further copyright collection agencies may materialise
Licensing system will introduce significantly more hurdles
Recent reports in the mainstream media have beggared belief
Campaigns bear more than a passing resemblance to anti-tobacco tactics
Even small tweaks to a venue have to be in the operating plan
A decade after the new Act one of its foundations is still weak .
Campaign to prevent children’s ‘exposure’ to alcohol continues .
Recent figures reiterated the importance of age verification .