By Matthew McKew
Monday, May 5, 2014
A LICENSEE group, established by the Campaign for Real Ale and IW MP Andrew Turner, met representatives from the IW Council and police at the Riverside Centre last week.
The meeting was being held in a bid to cut the bureaucracy associated with running a pub.
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by Den Young
6th May 2014, at 16:33:15
I expect it was someone who wanted them in their garden Don, big changes and eating of humble pie on the horizon.
by Don Prescott
6th May 2014, at 15:16:42
Den Young wrote "ukip will sort that Nigel likes a pint"Can't see that Den as the "investigation into theft of UKIP banners" is not allowing any comments.As far as the Tory Press are concerned UKIP are a "non-party". Strange then that this "non-story" IS allowing comments - Turner - ale - pub - ring any bells..............Won't do you any good this time Andrew - just ask some of the deposed Councillors.UKIP will get in excess of 24 MEPs.... and the Lib Dems will be wiped out - get your money down!
by Tony Tiltman Jnr
6th May 2014, at 08:51:25
Talk about shutting the stable door after the horse has bolted...........
6th May 2014, at 08:49:28
talk about bolting the stable door after the horse has bolted...
by David Walter
5th May 2014, at 18:32:25
5th May 2014, at 17:05:33
ukip will sort that Nigel likes a pint
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