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Industry hails rejection of late-night levy in Gloucester

The authority had wanted to implement a fee for pubs, bars and clubs that trade in the early hours, with 30 per cent of the money raised going to the council and the remaining 70 per cent going to the police.

Thu 27 Jul 2017

Late-night levy proposal dropped in Brighton

Plans to implement a late-night levy in Brighton have been rejected by licensing officials.

Mon 24 Jul 2017

Supreme Court to hear alcohol minimum pricing appeal

The UK Supreme Court is to begin hearing an appeal against plans to introduce minimum alcohol prices in Scotland.

Mon 24 Jul 2017

Retailers appeal against cash machine business rates ruling

Retailers are challenging a ruling that cash machines built into shop fronts must have a separate business rates bill.

Tue 04 Jul 2017

Welsh government resurrects minimum alcohol pricing plans

Minimum unit prices for alcohol could be introduced in Wales.

Thu 29 Jun 2017

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