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HMRC invites hospitality industry to register for Eat Out to Help Out
Restaurants and other establishments serving food for on-premises consumption can now sign up to a new government initiative aimed at protecting jobs in the hospitality industry and encouraging people to…
PCRRG calls for greater recognition that paper cups can be recycled
The PCRRG (Paper Cup Recovery and Recycling Group) has published its latest Report, demonstrating real momentum behind paper cup recycling in the UK and that the greater majority of the…
Thousands of business advisers to offer free services to small firms
Thousands of expert professional and business services advisers have signed up to offer free online advice to help small businesses bounce back from coronavirus (COVID-19).
The Recovery Advice for Business…
Summer Economic Update: summary of policies announced
This afternoon the Chancellor announced his next package of support for the UK economy, signalling a shift into phase two of the Government’s economic response, focused on protecting, supporting and…
HMRC Updates on ‘Job retention bonus’ and ‘Updates on CJRS scheme’
Job retention bonus
This is a one-off payment of £1,000 to employers that have used the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) for each furloughed employee who remains continuously employed until…
Cut in VAT and Eat Out to Help Out Guidance
Cut in VAT
The Government has published further guidance on the cut in VAT from 20% to 5% for hospitality businesses. It outlines that the cut will apply to:
- hot and…
Deliveroo adds tipping feature to support independent restaurants
Deliveroo has boosted its support of independent restaurants by launching a direct-tipping function on its app as part of a new campaign.
The Love Your Local campaign will see Deliveroo…
Welsh hospitality warns at least 30,000 jobs at risk
At least 30,000 job losses are expected in the Welsh hospitality sector and almost half of those have already happened, according to a survey of over 100 businesses.