Catering Scotland


Licensing Law

The Social Responsibility Levy; A Step Too Far?

OIOpublisher Although not yet law, the levy – which will contribute towards the cost of dealing with the adverse effects of licensed premises, such as additional policing or street cleaning

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Pubcos: Bye-Bye To The Beer-Tie?

Those opposed to the concept of the beer-tie view it as unfair and anti-competitive, as it requires publicans to purchase beer at a higher cost than might be charged by

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Is Red Tape Strangling Scotland’s Licensed Trade?

With one in five people in Scotland employed in the hospitality and leisure industry, and the sector contributing in excess of £4bn a year to the UK’s GDP, it’s a

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Will It One Day Be Last Orders For Cheap Alcohol?

As the Scottish Government continues to fight the case for the Alcohol (Minimum Pricing) (Scotland) Bill, we asked licensing experts Tods Murray to demystify the complex legislation, and to explain in

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