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Fresh warnings on door security shortages for hospitality

Fresh warnings on door security shortages

By BigHospiality

Industry leaders, hospitality and security firms representing more than 10,000 businesses and organisations have warned of an “impending public health crisis” if the issue of door security shortages continues to go unaddressed.

Boris Johnson reluctant to impose Sugar and Salt Reformulation Tax suggested in National Food Strategy

Johnson reluctant to impose food taxes

By James McAllister

Boris Johnson has signalled he is reluctant to introduce a Sugar and Salt Reformulation Tax, as recommended by Henry Dimbleby in his newly published National Food Strategy (NFS) report.

Freedom Day to go ahead on 19 July with social distancing and table ordering rules scrapped

'Freedom Day' to go ahead on 19 July, but Government urges caution

By BigHospitalit

Health Secretary Sajid Javid has confirmed that England will move to Step 4 of its plans to ease Coronavirus restrictions on the so-called ‘Freedom Day’ of 19 July, but that businesses and large events will be encouraged to use vaccine passports.

Government reconsiders 'vaccine passports'

Government reconsiders 'vaccine passports'

By James McAllister

The Government is reportedly considering plans to introduce so-called 'vaccine passports' for hospitality in the autumn, despite a recent review concluding there should be no legal requirements for their use.

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