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Charlie McVeigh feels the budget has let him and other pub businesses down

Budget 2011: How will it affect hospitality businesses?

By Becky Paskin

Pub operators were disappointed to hear that Chancellor George Osborne planned to continue with the beer tax escalator in his budget, increasing duty by 7.5 per cent, but his measures are to affect more hospitality businesses than just pubs.

Minister for Tourism John Penrose is behind the paper

Tourism Strategy: the low-down from John Penrose

By Becky Paskin

The government is on the verge of announcing a new tourism strategy that aims to increase the number of international and domestic tourists for the benefit of the hospitality and leisure industries.

The Bocuse d'Or Arena at Eurexpo in Lyon

Does a big budget equal success at the Bocuse d’Or?

By Becky Paskin

The Bocuse d’Or, the “Oscars” of the culinary world, sees chef teams from across the world invest thousands of pounds into competing for a coveted trophy of the competition’s founder, Paul Bocuse.

Ufi Ibrahim, chief executive of the BHA

BHA’s Ufi Ibrahim discusses industry concerns

By Becky Paskin

The British Hospitality Association (BHA) has been representing the industry for over 100 years, championing our priorities through partnerships with government and other organisations.

Leading restaurateurs predict 2011 dining trends

Leading restaurateurs predict 2011 dining trends

By Becky Paskin

Hospitality operators this past year have been pitted against ash clouds, torrential snow and a consumer reliance on discount vouchers, and while many may welcome 2011 with open arms and optimism, the next 12 months are set to present their own challenges.

How to prepare for 2012 London Olympics

How to prepare for 2012 London Olympics

By Becky Paskin

The 2012 London Olympics are just 18 months away, yet many hospitality operators are still unsure of what they should be doing to prepare for the event.

Back Britain's Bocuse d'Or entry

Back Britain's Bocuse d'Or entry

By Becky Paskin

The Bocuse d'Or World Finals are just three months away, and Britain's entrant Simon Hulstone is still desperate for his industry's support

Day two of The Restaurant Show 2010

Day two of The Restaurant Show 2010

By Becky Paskin

The Restaurant Show 2010 is almost at an end, but if you haven't managed to make it down yet you still have today to attend

Day one highlights from The Restaurant Show 2010

Day one highlights from The Restaurant Show 2010

By Lorraine Heller

So far The Restaurant Show 2010 has drawn record crowds, with many restaurateurs and chefs descending upon Earls Court 2 to source new suppliers, see chef demonstrations, and watch their peers take part in industry competitions

Has the National Chef of the Year been diluted?

Has the National Chef of the Year been diluted?

By Becky Paskin

The National Chef of the Year competition has been expanded to include Asian and Mediterranean cuisines, but while some say the new format has diluted the competition, others believe it's now a true reflection of modern British cuisine as a whole

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