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Fresh calls for tourism VAT cut

Hospitality chief calls on UK government to follow Ireland’s lead …

Scottish trade gives VAT cut thumbs up

Majority of licensees north of border support tax change, survey says A MAJORITY of Scottish licensees reckon a cut in the VAT rate would have a positive …

Debate on indy impact is crucial

By Gillian McKenzie NEXT year is billed as a ‘big one’ for Scotland’s pubs, restaurants and hotels. But while the trade eyes the Commonwealth Games and …

Minimum price plan ‘on track’

Scottish Government committed despite UK U-turn By Gillian McKenzie THE Scottish Government has vowed to ‘go it alone’ on minimum pricing after plans for a …

VAT group calls on licensees to act

Operators urged to cut prices to show impact of 5% tax rate PUB operators across the UK are being urged to cut prices for one day only to highlight the impact …

Time to remove barriers to growth

Government has a role to play in helping the hospitality sector flourish, writes BHA Scotland chief Willie Macleod THE significance of the hospitality industry …

Proposed pubs code under fire

Suggested measures for reform “misguided”, says Heineken By Gillian McKenzie MANY of the UK government’s proposals to reform the pub sector are …

Indie uncertainty stifling investment

Question marks over post-referendum tax landscape hampering Scottish hospitality industry, writes hotel boss Maurice Taylor SCOTLAND’S hospitality sector is …

VAT cut could add jobs, report says

Licensed trade in line to benefit most from a lower rate A SIGNIFICANT cut in the VAT rate for food and drink could help create more than 670,000 jobs across …

A VAT cut could provide a much-needed boost to the hospitality and tourism industries

By Robert Kerr IF the hospitality and tourism sector is to prosper, then it needs more help from the government, rather than being hindered by unnecessary …

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