07/08/2019

Some of the topics featured in this month's licensing newsletter. The Purple Guide and Website Updated Greater Manchester Night Time Economy Blueprint issued Southwark - Unanimously approve introduction of Late Night Levy Government Publishes Response to Independent Review of Modern Slavery Act 2015 Taxis - Milton Keynes - Taxi Enforcement Operations The above news items, and more, can be viewed by clicking here...

05/08/2019

No Regrets is a content marketing campaign aimed at 18-25-year olds in Leeds to encourage them to drink responsibly. The idea behind the campaign is to empower young people to have a night that is regret-free. Insight shows that regret comes in many forms (physically, mentally, financially, socially) and young people find themselves especially regretting their actions if they have a negative effect on their career or finances, or if they embarrass themselves in front of their peers. ...

31/07/2019

Today we remind the private security industry to treat everyone with dignity and respect as set out in the Equality Act (2010). This advice follows reports in the media of people being denied entry or ejected from venues operating in the night time economy based on their race, religion, sexual orientation, gender reassignment or disability. The first piece of guidance is for people with disabilities on working within the private security industry. Disabled people are under-re...

04/07/2019

Some of the topics featured in this month's licensing newsletter. Allergens - 'Natasha's Law' to be introduced by summer 2021 Rugby World Cup 2019 - Get your TENs in now Food Standards Authority - allergens reminder and update PPL - Specially Featured Entertainment tariff - legal challenge "One Too Many" Campaign returns in more UK Airports Early May bank holiday in 2020 to move to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day Safeguard...

01/07/2019

The Cross-sector Safety & Security Communications (CSSC) is a partnership between law enforcement agencies, private sector business and local/national government organisations, working to distribute news and security messages to businesses around the UK. Since launching, the CSSC has helped companies prepare for scenarios ranging from counter terrorism, cybercrime, public order events, environmental and transportation issues, to hostile reconnaissance, fraud and security alerts. ...

03/06/2019

Some of the topics featured in this month's licensing newsletter. Food Safety: Judge reminds operators duty of care they owe to customers with allergies Below cost sales - Guidance Sale of plastic straws and drink stirrers Ban on polystyrene food boxes may be coming... The above news items, and more, can be viewed by clicking here. Disclaimer: Leeds Pubwatch is not responsible for the content of any external internet sites and has not ta...

09/05/2019

Some of the topics featured in this month's licensing newsletter. CSE - Home Office publish 'disruption toolkit' National Pubwatch – ‘Pubwatch Awards 2019’ launched FSA - Food and You 'wave five' survey report published Home Office - Violence and abuse toward shop staff: call for evidence Cumulative Impact Assessments - briefing paper The above news items, and more, can be viewed by clicking here. Disclai...

09/04/2019

Some of the topics featured in this month's licensing newsletter. Rugby World Cup 2019 PPL announces details of new “Specially Featured Entertainment” Tariff National Licensing Week 2019 -17-21 June 2019 Portman Group - Code of Practice on the Naming, Packaging and Promotion of Alcoholic Drinks (6th edition) Online hotel booking: principles for businesses “We Love Hackney” secure permission to pursue Judicial Review of Hackney Borough...

05/03/2019

Some of the topics featured in this month's licensing newsletter. Be aware - British Summer Time starts on Sunday 31 March 2019 Welsh Government to press ahead with 50p Minimum Unit Price for Alcohol in Wales How will Brexit impact the flow of personal data? The above news items, and more, can be viewed by clicking here. Disclaimer: Leeds Pubwatch is not responsible for the content of any external internet sites and has not taken any ste...

14/02/2019

Pubs and other commercial premises require a commercial subscription to show exclusive subscription broadcasts. The commercial subscription acts as a licence. For example, in the UK, Sky Sports and BT Sport are authorised to broadcast live Premier League games. The Federation Against Copyright Theft (FACT) works closely with broadcasters such as Sky, BT Sports and Virgin Media to tackle illegal broadcasting. FACT has successfully prosecuted commercial operators for illegal broadca...