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Guidance on off-sales and compliance with restriction regulations produced by a coalition of experts including the Institute of Licensing. In these challenging times, we are delighted to bring you the latest Journal of Licensing, now available online for access by all licensing practitioners. Search interest in online casinos has hit an all-time high in the UK since lockdown began. The College of Policing guide summarises the requirements of the Regulations and the police approach to enforcement as CEO requests that everyone supports the police by staying at home 'at this critical time'. Template prohibition notices also provided to assist Regulators in the absence of any prescribed forms. Culture Minister Nigel Huddleston has urged the gambling sector to do all it can to tackle any heightened risk of problem gambling during the coronavirus lockdown, today. The Guidance 'Closing certain businesses and venues in England' has also been updated to reflect the changes to the Regulations. All non-essential retail premises to close as Prime Minister Boris Johnson says: 'I must give the British people a very simple instruction - you must stay at home'. The Local Authorities Coronavirus Meetings Wales Regulations have been published, making provision in relation to local authority meetings, and the publication of and access to certain local authority documents. An additional clause added to Coronavirus Bill will clear any ambiguity and expressly permit virtual licensing hearings as Charles Holland explains. A new health focused University of Stirling study is seeking to understand how the easing of COVID pandemic restrictions on licensed premises can be effectively managed to protect emergency services. IoL President James Button, updates his previous article looking at the position of drivers carrying passengers, and also considers vehicle MOT's and licence renewals. 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The MP for Eltham has written to the Transport Minister urging him to take measures to save taxi drivers from "financial ruin". The stay-at-home regulations have been revised in Wales to continue to prevent the spread of coronavirus. The Government has produced guidance for businesses and other venues subject to the social distancing measures link provided within full article.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} All industry stakeholders are invited to contribute. The College of Policing and NPCC have published briefs covering the Health Protection Coronavirus, Restrictions England Regulations reconciling powers in relation to business closures with powers to disperse gatherings and restrictions on movement , and the Coronavirus Act which provides powers relating to potentially infectious persons and powers to the Secretary of State to issue directions relating to events, gatherings and premises. Industry bodies have reacted quickly following the announcements by the Prime Minister Boris Johnson last night 10 May. A communication from the DfT today 20 April , highlights the temporary provisions for bus and lorry drivers aged 45 and over to forego the need for a D4 medical in order to renew their driving entitlement and advises licensing authorities to consider ways to support the taxi and private hire trade to continue to operate and provide essential travel. DfT officials have circulated a number of useful links, and on the matter of driver licensing state that they are reviewing the Group 2 medical requirements but that the licensing of taxi and private hire drivers remains a matter for licensing authorities. The Committee has called for evidence with submissions required by 17th July. The Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure has issued guidance notes dealing with protection and security issues as restrictions are lifted. It covers applications involving alcohol, entertainment and late night refreshment. An extended period of social distancing measures could cost one million jobs unless measures to protect hospitality businesses are put in place, according to UKHospitality. The Reopening High Streets Safely Fund will help councils in England introduce a range of safety measures in a move to get people back to work and customers back to the shops. The Coronavirus Act has now become law and is available online. Latest Government guidance indicates that from 30 March , MOT due dates for cars, motorcycles and light vans will be extended by 6 months. The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock MP, has written to employers confirming that testing is now available, in England and Scotland initially, for essential workers with symptoms, and people who live with essential workers and have symptoms. Share news from your region with us or advertise a job by contacting us. Hairdressers, nail bars and beauty salons, and the hospitality sector, remain closed at this stage. The guidance states that 'Off-licences and licenced shops selling alcohol, including those within breweries' can remain open. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced that it will be mandatory for bus, coach, train, tram, ferry and aircraft passengers in England to wear face coverings on their journeys from 15 June to coincide with the next phase of the lockdown relaxation. A South Yorkshire Pub has been issued with a prohibition notice after it was reported that customers were hiding in cupboards. Changes to Regulation 6 1 of the Health Protection Coronavirus, Restrictions England Regulations now mean that it is prohibited to be outside of your home without a reasonable excuse, even if you left your home with one. The Gambling Commission has issued new customer interaction guidance for remote operators to interact with consumers at risk of harm. The PCA has reported on its ongoing engagement with the regulated pub-owning businesses about how they are supporting their tenants in line with Pubs Code obligations. The Guidance to accompany the announcement has also been published. The Secretary of State has published the necessary regulations relating to the ability for local authorities to conduct hearings remotely. It has been reported that pubs and outdoor spaces will be last to open when the Government lifts the current Covid lockdown. The Bill introduced on 29 April would require operators of travelling funfairs in Scotland to have a public entertainment licence. The current COVID pandemic and necessary social restrictions present a fast changing legislative landscape. Do local authority officers, authorised under the Health Protection Coronavirus, Restrictions England Regulations have the power to enforce all the rules under those regulations, including those relating to movement of people and gatherings? Outdoor markets and car showrooms in England will open from 1 June subject to meeting secure guidelines and all other non-essential retail are expected to re-open from 15 June subject to guidelines and providing the Government tests on the COVID position are met. The Scottish Government has published guidance for businesses in Scotland on social distancing, including the closure of all retailers that sell non-essential goods and other non-essential premises due to the COVID outbreak. Another update to the guidance 'Closing certain businesses and venues', this time to the 'compliance' section, to reflect the updated Regulations now in force in England, Scotland and Wales. This article takes a detailed look at the regulations which impose the most stringent restrictions ever applied to daily lives and business, and examines them in detail. Horatio Waller explains why he disagrees. There have been updates to the 'Closing certain businesses and venues in England' guidelines to further clarify the requirements of The Health Protection Coronavirus Regulations The Designation letter has also been updated, as well as the social distancing guidelines. The Office for Product Safety and Standards has written to local authorities providing updated guidance on the restriction Regulations. Caroline Louden and Niall Hassard explain what it means for licensees. Updated guidance and FAQs have been published to support these developments. Following further relaxation of the lockdown restrictions, people are now able to exercise outside with up to five others from different households from today Monday 1 June , provided that strict social distancing guidelines are followed. This is being done to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. A network of priority courts will remain open during the coronavirus pandemic to make sure the justice system continues to operate effectively, while other 'staffed courts' will support video and telephone hearings. London taxi drivers in London have failed to overturn a TfL decision to let Uber continue to operate. Luke Hall MP, Minister for Local Government and Homelessness has written to local authorities on hotel closures clarifying exemptions for keyworkers and homeless. Uber have launched a service that will allow passengers to get real time information about licensed drivers. The Department for Transport postpones annual taxi and PH statistical survey. This wide-ranging and ambitious inquiry will look at the options available to Government to secure our economic recovery from the impact of Covid; covering investment, industrial strategy, jobs, skills, exports and sustainable growth. 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