The Government has partially U-turned on its decision to ban pubs in England selling takeaway alcoholic drinks during the forthcoming November lockdown, legislation published yesterday (3 November) shows.
The owner of popular Glasgow restaurant Ubiquitous Chip is calling on the industry to come together to demonstrate the number of livelihoods that are at stake as a result of the Scottish Government’s latest restrictions on hospitality.
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.
An amendment to the Government's Business and Planning Bill will demand that pubs, cafes and restaurants operating outdoor dining and drinking spaces make 'reasonable provision' for smoke-free seating.