Even the so-called 'country pubs' normally stop selling food at 3pm on a Sunday afternoon, when the law prevents the sale of intoxicating liquor. Am I the only reader to be frustrated by being unable to order pub food after 2.30pm on a Sunday?
Our licensing laws must be reformed to end the rigid distinction between public house and restaurant licences. The Home Office consultation paper published in March 1993, proposing a new category of licence for continental cafe-style premises, is a step in the right direction.
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