Thanks to the effort of hundreds of Scottish campaigners who wrote to their MSPs about pubco reform, the Scottish Government has committed to commission a study into the tied-pub sector to determine what actions need to be taken.
On Wednesday 20th May 2015 at 17:00 a motion that has received cross-party support will be debated in Holyrood calling for a Statutory Code of Practice and Adjudicator for pub companies to be implemented in Scotland.
Pub campaigners across England and Wales are celebrating the biggest shake up to the British pub industry in ten years as Pub Company reforms become law.
CAMRA celebrates THREE major campaign wins!
Last night Business Minister Fergus Ewing MSP committed to commission a study into the tied-pub sector to determine what legislation may need to be put forward to support tied tenants in Scotland.
From Orgasmic Cider, to Janet’s Jungle Juice and Dragon’s Breath: CAMRA names the UK’s best Ciders and Perries
CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale, has today announced the winners of its National Cider and Perry Championships.
Cameron and Miliband make clear their support for beer and pubs as 1,000 prospective MPs sign CAMRA’s election pledges
More than 1,000 prospective MPs, and even the two top contenders for Prime Minister, can agree on one thing ahead of next week’s election – support for the Campaign for Real Ale’s calls to stand up for Britain’s pubs, breweries and beer drinkers.
The Telegraph: Can Britain's Pubs Survive?
The Times discuss the effect of the beer tie and beer duty on UK pubs.
11/03/15Click to read the full article
London Evening Standard: Beer Duty
The Evening Standard say "It's time our MPs rallied behind the call for beer duty to be downed."
25/02/15Click to read the full article
MSN News: Cebr Report
More than 1,000 pubs would have closed if the Government had not cut duty on beer over the last two years, a campaign group has estimated.
23/02/15Click to read the full article
The Daily Mail: Cebr Report
Drinkers raise glasses to Osborne following new research from Cebr
23/2/15Click to read the full article