A review into the effect of short-term holiday lets has been launched by the Government to improve the holiday letting market for those living in popular tourism destinations.
The leisure and hospitality industry’s recovery post-pandemic is still being blighted by a shortage of staff.
While the hospitality industry enjoyed an early summer uplift with the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations getting the tills ringing, recruitment within the sector remains a problem.
Small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) contribute massively to the UK economy, accounting for more than £2 trillion in turnover, new research has revealed.
The Home Office is under investigation over whether it has fulfilled its obligations to EU citizens in this country who are seeking settled status. The inquiry launched by the Independent Monitoring Authority (IMA), the watchdog set up to look after EU citizens’ rights in Britain, will look into allegations of delays in providing EU citizens […]
British leadership in prestigious European research projects have been hit by the continuing row over the Northern Ireland Protocol and trade border with the UK. As a result, the EU is preventing British scientists from joining the €95 billion (£80 billion) Horizon Europe research funding programme. The UK bid to join the group as an […]
Everyone loves a party, and one of the biggest will be celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee at the start of June.
The UK Government has announced it will introduce a new law to change the post-Brexit trade deal for Northern Ireland, known as the Northern Ireland Protocol. Foreign Secretary Liz Truss insisted the bill would be legal under international law, but the EU has warned it could trigger a trade war and will pursue a legal […]
The future of the hospitality industry will be in the spotlight next month when politicians and the movers and shakers in the industry come together for a key conference.