Monthly Archives: October 2012

Government washes hands of self-regulation deal

Government washes hands of self-regulation deal over pubco-tenant relationship View 21 posts By Michelle Perrett, Contact the editor, 17-Oct-2012 Related topics: General News The Government  would appear to has washed its hands of the self-regulation deal to govern the pubco-tenant relationship, claiming all the commitments made “have now been achieved”. We now have another expert… Read More »

Regulations relating to the Late Night Levy and Early Morning Restriction Orders

 Late Night Levy and Early Morning Restriction Orders Date: 12/10/2012 Source: Poppleston Allen Author/Solicitor: Andy Grimsey   Regulations relating to the Late Night Levy and Early Morning Restriction Orders have been published today to come into force on 31st October 2012. The Late Night Levy (Expenses, Exemptions and Reductions) Regulations 2012 provide confirmation of the exemption and reduction… Read More »

Freedom to Choose, monthly News Letter, always an interesting read.

   Freedom to Choose,   October Newsletter The anomalies of the smoking policies worldwide Posted: 15 Oct 2012 01:00 PM PDT In this month’s issue: From the Chairman: Baby It’s Cold Outside Andrew Lansley and Anne Milton sacked The Scottish Petition: deadline 22 October Bad Pun month: Stoptober and Octabber F2C AGM and Committee 2012-13 News in brief… Read More »

St Austell Brewery chooses CPL as training partner

St Austell chooses CPL as training partner   West Country brewer and retailer St Austell has entered a partnership agreement with Merseyside-based CPL Training to ensure its members of staff are trained to the highest standard. The partnership is part of a two-stage programme that aims to raise service standards together with instructing staff on… Read More »