Quarter of UK Licensed Premises Still have Not Opened

Quarter of UK Licensed Premises Still have Not Opened

Between the lifting on restrictions on bars and pubs opening in early July and the end of August, almost a quarter (13.7 per cent) of licensed establishments have yet to reopen, a market recovery monitor has reported. Over 15,500 venues have opened over August, according to the CGA’s Market Recovery Monitor, which leaves nearly 27,000 establishments that have remained closed since the lockdown in March. This […]

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Scottish Govt Invests £2.2m For Worker Training

Scottish Govt Invests £2.2m For Worker Training

The positive impact on having well-trained members of staff is so great that the Scottish government has pledged a considerable amount of money to make sure workers get the education they need. Earlier this week, first minister Nicola Sturgeon revealed £2.62 million will be given to Scottish Trade Union Congress (STUC) Learning, which will help union members provide training so their employees can have adequate […]

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Have You Heard Of The Late Night Levy?

Have You Heard Of The Late Night Levy?

Those of you currently taking your CIEH Level 2 Award for personal licence holders may well have already come across the concept of the late night levy, but whether you’re taking this course or not you’d be wise to look into it as it could well affect you and your business in the future. The levy itself is part of the Police Reform and Social […]

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