'Fair deal' fighters target tie abuse

Perrett, Michelle
May 2013
Publican's Morning Advertiser;5/9/2013, Issue 101, p1
Trade Publication
The article reflects on the campaign Fair Deal for Your Local launched in Great Britain to prevent the overcharging of the pub companies. It states that the campaign has been launched by 10 trading organizations including the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), the Federation of Small Businesses and the Forum of Private Business. It mentions that the campaign has launched against the government's reform regarding rents offered by tenants.


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