British Hospitality Association

Hospitality: Proposed £1,000 fee for EU workers 'very worrying'

Hospitality: Proposed £1,000 fee for EU workers 'very worrying'

By Emma Eversham

The industry has called proposals to charge British employers £1,000 for every worker they employ from the European Union following Brexit, 'very worrying' with concerns the move will add huge costs to restaurants, hotels and pubs. 

The British Hospitality Association has partnered with the European tourism association

BHA partners with European tourism association

By Melodie Michel

The British Hospitality Association (BHA) has partnered with the European tourism association (ETOA) to promote the merits of UK tourism to international visitors.

In good Spirits: Hospitality businesses benefited from a record-breaking year for tourism in 2013

BigHospitality’s 2013 review: What you told us

By Luke Nicholls

It was the year that the horsemeat scandal rocked the food chain, Noma was knocked off of top spot and the beer duty escalator was finally scrapped. But what did you make of it all? Here’s a look back at some of the biggest issues of 2013.

Uf Ibrahim, BHA chief executive, opened the first ever BHA Summit earlier this month - BigHospitality was there and asked a number of leading industry figures what one change they would like to see to benefit hospitality in the UK

What one change would most benefit the hospitality industry?

By Peter Ruddick

At the first ever British Hospitality Association (BHA) Summit earlier this month there was widespread discussion on what the industry and the Government should be doing to boost the hospitality sector - but what do the experts think?

French leisure entrepreneur and lobbyist Jacques borel is aiming to influence Government policy before the next general election

Family Brewers joins Jacques Borel's 5% VAT club

By Luke Nicholls

The Independent Family Brewers of Britain has pledged £240k of funding to support Jacques Borel’s campaign to reduce the VAT charged in pubs on drink, food and accommodation to five per cent.