Tax

Restaurants urged to get ahead of tax deadline

Restaurants urged to get ahead of tax deadline

By James McAllister

Restaurants and takeaways are being urged to make their taxes digital before the legal deadline as part of a initiative by the British Takeaway Campaign (BTC).

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.

Off-trade sales rose by 1.5% but on-trade fell by 2.4%

Beer

BBPA data: On-trade beer sales fall 2.4%

By M&C Report

The off-trade drove cautious growth in the beer sector with total sales at the end of Q1 up 1.5% year-on-year over the 12 month period.

Staff at The Punch Tavern on Fleet Street wore George Osborne masks for the launch of the campaign today

2% alcohol duty cut could give budget £1.5bn boost

By Melodie Michel

A 2 per cent alcohol duty cut could boost public finances by £1.5bn in 2015, according to an Ernst & Young report launched alongside the Wine and Spirit Trade Association’s (WSTA) ‘Drop the Duty’ campaign.

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