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Scottish Licensed Trade News

Cafe culture gets tangled up in red

Glasgow’s approach to pavement licensing is increasingly bureaucratic The growth of so-called ‘café-culture’ in Glasgow was a major boost for the city …

Health research beggars belief

Study being used as platform for campaign against licensed premises Fancy accepting an invitation to take part in a research experiment? It simply involves …

‘Interim recall’ needs revisited

Current situation in Glasgow sheds light on a weakness in legislation It’s impossible to recall a licensing ruling that has generated so much controversy. A …

More legislative twists on horizon

Further changes are expected as the latest Bill heads for the finish line First there was the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005, laden with over 30 sets of …

U-turn on members’ clubs on horizon?

“Aforgotten scandal” – that was Scottish Licensed Trade Association (SLTA) chief executive Paul Waterson’s blunt description on the abject failure of …

Police should stick to remit on alcohol

Officers have adopted wider brief in recent years TRADITIONALLY, the police have always played a central role in a licensing system with a focus on enforcement …

Battle over adult clubs on the way

Scottish Government’s proposals could face legal challenge SANDRA White has demonstrated really remarkable tenacity in her crusade against lap dancing clubs. …

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