Legal | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 8

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Clarity needed on fit and proper test

Boards shouldn’t base licensing decisions on vague intelligence In my column a couple of months ago I looked at two proposals in the Air Weapons and Alcohol …

A fact-based take on alcohol, please

Will health licensing role bring a more balanced approach to objections? WHEN Scotland’s largest health board launches a campaign against the availability of …

Not appearing as billed?

AS the fourth piece of alcohol licensing legislation to be drafted in nine years, there were high hopes for the Air Weapons and Licensing (Scotland) …

Elements of Bill a cause for concern

Fit and proper test could be operated with ‘worrying elasticity’ By Jack Cummins WE might have been expecting some sort of tidy up exercise: in the last …

Trade deserves seat at the table

Licensing group needs representatives from all sides By Jack Cummins “HEALTH specialists angered at being left off licensing hours review” – it’s the …

An Epic case of trade injustice

There should be a greater focus on youngsters who break the law By Jack Cummins CONNIVING underage youngsters who commit the offence of purchasing alcohol …

Don’t hesitate to tackle trouble

Recent case is a warning against ‘tardy’ action on legal problems By Jack Cummins From Glasgow Sheriff Court a salutary warning as to the dire consequences …

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