Scotland and Northern Ireland

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...

Villagers bid to buy UK’s most remote pub

Fundraising is underway to buy the most remote pub on the UK mainland. The Old Forge is in the village of Inverie on the Scottish Highlands west coast...

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...

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...

Bid to save real ale oasis

Customers have launched a £100,000 bid to buy Kirkcaldy’s historic Harbour Bar. The campaigners want to refurbish the Good Beer Guide-listed pub and k...

PUBlic Affairs round up July 2021

In a regular series for WB Online, the CAMRA Campaigns Team shares the work that has been going on across Westminster, the devolved parliaments and lo...

Stormont gives green light for taprooms in Northern Ireland

CAMRA’s plan for Northern Ireland’s (NI) breweries and cider makers to run taprooms is given the green light by politicians. The Campaign has welcomed...

Glasgow pubs hit by reopening delay

Cask ale bought by Glasgow pubs in anticipation of lockdown rules being eased may have to be thrown away before the city’s pubs can open their doors f...

PUBlic Affairs update May 2021

In the first of a regular series, CAMRA's Campaigns Team shares the work being done across Westminster, devolved parliaments and local government in s...


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