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The Government has banned sales of ultra-cheap alcohol in a bid to tackle alcohol-fuelled crime. The move, which will come into force in April, means that a 440ml can of 5% lager will cost no less than 50p.
TUC press release Responding to today’s (Wednesday) announcement by the Gangmasters Licensing Authority (GLA), that it is to stop carrying out automatic inspection...
GMB press release GMB, the union for tied pub tenants, has become the latest major organisation to formally back the national ‘Fair Deal for Your Local’ campaign c...
SNP press release Commenting on the tobacco ban – which ends the open display of tobacco products in large shops and sales from self-service tobacco vending machi...
Toby Perkins said that he welcomed the change in Tory policy regarding where and how pubs can purchase alcohol. “It’s the action we’ve been calling on for a year ...
Labour Party press release As figures from CAMRA show that pub closures have risen to 18 a week, Labour will use its first Opposition Day Debate of 2013 to hold ...
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