Minimum Alcohol Pricing Breaks EU Law Says Court

23 December 2015
Licensing

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg, has ruled that the […]

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Supreme Court Rules on Sex Shop Licensing Fee

5 May 2015
Licensing

In a case which could have a significant effect on local authority […]

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Relaxed Alcohol Rules Proposed for Small Businesses

18 November 2014
Licensing

The government has launched a consultation into the introduction of Community and […]

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Legal News Update

6 October 2014
Licensing

A round-up of recent legal cases and opinion.  Restauranteur Wins Stress Area […]

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England Fans in Wales Can Now Enjoy the World Cup With a Drink

12 June 2014
Licensing

Earlier this year the Home Office confirmed that licensing hours would be […]

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Sale of Alcohol by Community Groups to be Made Easier by Deregulation Bill

19 May 2014
Licensing

An amendment to the Deregulation Bill which introduces a new ‘Community and […]

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LGA Calls For Halt To Taxi Licensing Reforms

9 May 2014
Licensing

Proposed changes to the law governing private hire taxi cabs have been […]

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Council Loses Licensing Case on Serious Procedural Irregularity

6 May 2014
Licensing

A council’s decision to refuse to renew a lap-dancing club’s sexual entertainment […]

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Local Councils To Get New Powers To Stop the Spread of High Street Bookies

29 April 2014
Licensing

Prime Minister David Cameron will announce this week that local authorities will […]

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Personal Licences to Stay After Consultation

25 March 2014
Licensing

The government has decided to abandon plans to scrap personal licences after […]

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