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PUBSPublications
PUBSPercutaneous Umbilical Blood Sampling
PUBSPurple Urine Bag Syndrome (urology)
PUBSPrairie Universities Biological Symposium (annual; Canada)
PuBSPickers up Beaters & Shoots (UK)
PUBSPortland United Bills Supporters (football fan club)
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The judges travelled the length and breadth of the country inspecting pubs.
PUBLICAN Ian Hayes is flying the flag for Huddersfield at the Great British Pub Awards.
A spokesman for the pub chain explained that all staff at The William White will be relocated to other pubs in the chain.
We would like to thank our customers for their support over the years and very much hope that we will see them in one of our other pubs soon.
It s not right that some tied pub tenants are unfairly overcharged by their landlords and the Pubs Code will help ensure they get a fair deal.
Looking at the number of Barclays' business customers in the Pubs and Bars industry, the research by the bank shows that just under half of these pub businesses have been established in the last three years, in part, boosted by the number of younger landlords who are entering into the industry.
A new Pubs Code has been given nal approval in Parliament, giving thousands of community pubs more power to buy beer without restrictions imposed by the pub companies that own them.
He added: "The pub companies have been able to abuse their position and squeeze pubs till they close.
In one of the two mini pubs that have opened in Baker Street, Middlesbrough, an enjoyable, free of charge, old-fashioned Sunday buet was enjoyed by customers including myself, consisting of cheese, large pickled unions, meatballs, Scotch eggs and nuts.
At the moment, tied pubs are usually obliged to buy at least some of their beer from a particular brewery or pub company.
He said: "We judge pubs not just by their beer but also by the atmosphere, community spirit and the welcome you get.