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Advice: Timescales clearer on deregulations

By Poppleston Allen, 09-Apr-2015

We have been commenting on the Deregulation Bill 2014 for some time and providing updates where possible on the proposed timescales for it receiving royal assent and the Deregulation Act coming into force.

 

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Budget 2015: Reaction from the pub trade

By Ellie Bothwell, 18-Mar-2015

Industry figures and organisations have responded to George Osborne’s Budget, in which he announced a 1p per pint cut in beer duty for the third year in a row.

 

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BBPA renews call for beer duty cut to support industry's 870,000 jobs

By Emma Eversham, 05-Feb-2015

The British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) has renewed calls for a cut in beer duty at the next Budget after a report it commissioned showed that the brewing and pub sectors contribute £21.7bn to the economy and employ 870,000 people.

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Independent stock taking business takes another step

Having traded since 2001 Windsor Stock Auditing is for the first time exhibiting at The Hospitality Show at the NEC from the 19th - 21st January. Providers of an independent stock taking service to the hospitality trade have also taken other first steps this month with the launch of their own Twitter and Facebook accounts.

"This is an exciting time this month as we bring our Business on trend with the use of Social Media. We welcome the opportunity to meet face-to-face visitors to the Exhibition to explain the benefits that a professional, independent stock-taking service can bring to their business." said Louise Windsor owner of this business and Fellow and Council member of the Institute of Licensed Stock Auditors. Windsor Stock Auditing can be found on Stand 655.

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

By Melodie Michel, 15-Dec-2014

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.

What effect would a 2% Alcohol duty cut have on your business? Click on the link below to find out more ...

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