New laws will require mandatory independent scrutiny of pre-pack administration sales where connected parties - such as the insolvent company’s existing directors or shareholders - are involved in the purchase.
Restaurants, pubs and bars, including those in hotels, and will have to shut at 11pm in Northern Ireland - an hour later than hospitality businesses in England, Scotland and Wales, ministers have ruled.
The Government has been accused of “layering restriction upon restriction” on the hospitality sector after new laws restricting or banning loud music, singing and dancing in restaurants, pubs and bars have been unveiled.
Measures introduced under the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act, including a restriction on landlords pursuing aggressive forms of rent recovery such as winding-up petitions, have been extended by the Government.
The Government has introduced new rules for hospitality businesses from today, including a 10pm curfew, the displaying of NHS QR code posters and mandatory face masks for workers. Here's what the rules mean for your business, staff and customers.
Hospitality businesses in Lancashire and Merseyside are set to be hit by a curfew similar to the one introduced earlier this week in the North East, with a national lockdown also still not being ruled out, as cases of Coronavirus continue to surge in...