Hospitality News

VAT equality day for hospitality industry

VAT equality day for hospitality industry Publicans, restaurateurs and foodservice operators are being urged to cut their prices by 7.5% for one day to highlight … More >>

New allergen regulations for foodservice businesses

New allergen regulations for foodservice businesses could cost £200m per year Food outlets including restaurants, hotels, schools, hospitals, catering businesses and other food service businesses … More >>

Tax credit boost for UK theatres

Tax credit boost for UK theatres New theatre tax credits come into force Theatre producers are anticipating a wave of investment in British shows, similar … More >>

Zero hours contracts – no longer able to state exclusivity

Zero hours contracts – no longer able to state exclusivity Zero hours contracts are those where the employer does not guarantee to provide the worker with any … More >>

Cut tourism VAT for long-term gains

Cut tourism VAT for long-term gains Campaigners are urging the Government to cut VAT for the British tourist industry. The Cut Tourism VAT campaign, backed … More >>

Tourism tax cut would pay off, says report

Tourism tax cut would pay off, says report Research by Nevin Associates suggests that cutting VAT on hotels and tourist attractions would generate an extra … More >>

World Cup woe for business

World Cup woe for business Economists have warned that England’s failure in the World Cup will leave the British economy with a hangover. It has … More >>

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