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PUBlic Affairs round up October 2021

Parliaments across the UK have returned from Summer recess, and the Campaigns Team are working flat out ahead of the Westminster Budget later this mon...

London beer after lockdown

Author Des de Moor says the lockdown may be over but the long-term impact on pubs and bars is unclear.

Social distancing to end in NI pubs

The legal requirement for social distancing in Northern Ireland’s bars and restaurants is to be removed from 31 October. Nightclubs are also to be all...

CAMRA calls for pub-goers to support locals as well as fundraisers

CAMRA is urging the public to continue supporting pubs – even if they are giving up alcohol in October. With charity and health campaigns asking peopl...

Brewers welcome relaxed travel rules

England will welcome fully vaccinated travellers from a host of new countries from 4 October, following the success of a pilot with the US and Europe....

Blunt celebrates great pubs in latest Good Beer Guide

Best-selling singer James Blunt has thrown his support behind the great British pub and reflected on the industry’s struggles during the coronavirus p...

London's lockdown Hero of Heroes

The Antwerp Arms Association in Tottenham has won CAMRA’s Greater London Hero of Heroes Award for all the efforts it has done during lockdown for its...

PUBlic Affairs round up September 2021

It may have been summer recess for parliamentarians across the UK, but that didn’t mean the work stopped for ministers, civil servants, or the CAMRA C...

Brewers’ anger at vaccine passports for Scotland

Brewers in Scotland have reacted angrily to the news people in Scotland will need proof they have been fully vaccinated before they can enter nightclu...

CAMRA revives beer festival programme

CAMRA is relaunching its national programme of beer festivals after an almost two-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Campaign's official...


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