Taxation In The United Kingdom

What does Spring Budget 2017 mean for hospitality?

What does the Spring Budget mean for hospitality?

By Sophie Witts

Chancellor Philip Hammond offered an olive branch to pubs facing rising business rates in today’s budget, but raised the price of a pint of beer for the first time in five years.

Budget 2016: Sugar tax, business rate relief, beer duty freeze

Budget 2016: Sugar tax, business rate relief, beer duty freeze

By Sophie Witts & Emma Eversham

Chancellor George Osborne announced a range of measures to help hospitality businesses, including a freeze in beer duty, business rates support and a rise in the corporation stamp duty threshold in today's Budget, while also bowing to pressure to...

The hospitality sector welcomed the review of business rates and the abolition of National Insurance contributions for young apprentices

Hospitality sector ‘pleased’ with Autumn Statement announcements

By Melodie Michel

The hospitality industry generally welcomed Chancellor George Osborne’s announcements about business rates and the abolition of National Insurance contributions for young apprentices in the 2014 Autumn Statement, but expressed doubts about the abolition...

The BBPA, BISL and BHA are calling for a halt to

'We need a rates freeze' hospitality leaders tell ministers

By Luke Nicholls

Chief executives of the UK’s pub, hotel, restaurant and leisure industry trade bodies have today hit back at huge hikes in business rates planned for next year in a letter to cabinet ministers Eric Pickles and Vince Cable.

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