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A recent BBC panorama report highlighted the abuse airlines currently face from drunken passengers. The Home Office are considering tougher regulation, which might include making them comply to the Licensing Act 2003. But what are the implications?
Outdoor areas for restaurants and bars can provide huge benefits, however, trading outside may require authorisation of one form or another. David Lucas advises how to ensure that you comply with all the appropriate regulations.
As the popularity of craft ale increases it becomes more attractive to commercial brewers. David Lucas outlines some of the practical points that need to be considered in order to establish and conduct a business brewing craft ale.
We reported several months ago that the government planned to implement new legislation that would ban the sale of very cheap alcohol. This was originally due to come into force on 6th April, but actually only came into effect on 14th May.
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