The Chancellor George Osborne will “definitely” cut duty on beer for the third year in a row when he announces the UK Budget later this month, according to reports.
The Labour party has “out-Ukipped” UKIP, with five-times as many of its election candidates pledging support for community pubs than its famously beer-loving rivals.
One Direction has forced the Campaign for Real Ale to cancel its annual beer and cider festival in Wales after booking a last minute gig on the same day in Cardiff.
CAMRA has strengthened its calls for a beer tax cut “hat-trick” as new research reveals that more than 1,000 pubs have been saved by two previous cuts.
CAMRA has repeated calls for the UK government to help save the UK pub industry, after figures released today revealed 29 pubs are closing every week.
With craft beer becoming evermore popular micro-pubs are springing up across the country, offering punters a choice of pint-sized pubs to sup local brews.
CAMRA has announced that 600 pubs are now listed as having community value, but says the government is not doing enough to protect public houses.
The UK pub trade has welcomed proposals put forward by the Chancellor in his autumn statement to cut business rates for small businesses, including pubs.
Dozens of villagers staged a supermarket “booze-in” in protest against plans for a 200-year-old pub to be turned into a Co-op.
A pub that was once a favourite of the Duchess of Cambridge is facing closure, highlighting the continued plight of UK pubs.
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