Kent-based Shepherd Neame said sales have improved since pubs reopened earlier this year.
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Vodafone rallies as Abu Dhabi group buys in
KANE SET TO STAY WITH CONTE AT THE HELM
STRIKER'S SPURS FUTURE LOOKS MORE CERTAIN UNDER ITALIAN | 'We're looking forward to next season, working with a great manager'
Cannabis ruins lives and legalising it won't help
THE papers last week were filled with photos of Sadiq Khan peering stony-faced at rows of large plants. No, he was not enjoying a surprisingly solemn trip to Kew Gardens - he was visiting a legal cannabis farm in California. The experience has inspired him to announce a new commission tasked with assessing the legal status of cannabis back home.
Rooney did not expect Vardy to be truthful over leaks to media'
WAGS AT WAR: DAY 5 COLEEN'S 'FIB TO TRAP REBEKAH'
Eurovision star: Ukraine had to win
Sam Ryder gets hero's welcome as he praises victors for 'celebrating solidarity' over war
Arsenal and Arteta are taught a lesson
NOT content with Tottenham schooling Arsenal on the pitch, Antonio Conte had some advice for Mikel Arteta in the aftermath of last night's north London derby.
McCullum wants England to lead the way in revitalising Test cricket
BRENDON MCCULLUM says the twin challenges of reinvigorating "rockbottom” England and giving Test cricket a shot in the arm provided an irresistible pull.
Back at the wheel of Addison Lee to drive minicabs' future
TO anyone dreaming of quitting the sweaty commute and daily grind for a life of working again, Liam Griffin says: don't do it.
Tech and crypto rally as rate rise fears recede
Microchip giant warns demand for mobiles falling ‘like a rock'
THE world's biggest microchip maker has said demand for mobile phones and computers has dropped “like a rock” as war in Ukraine and Covid lockdowns in China take their toll on consumer demand for electronics.
Change the Map, Change the Moral
A global view of World War II turns a battle for freedom into a battle for empire.
UK Plans Rules for Some Cryptocurrencies Amid Global Effort
Britain has unveiled plans to regulate some cryptocurrencies as part of a broader plan to become a global hub for digital payments, coming as authorities in the U.S. and Europe are racing to draw up rules for crypto.
EX-KING EDWARD EXPOSED AS NAZI SPY!
Backed bombing Britain to regain his old throne
From teacher to actuary to entrepreneur, CEO and corporate titan, Sello Moloko has had an illustrious journey that could inspire any young African. Taking over as chairman of the Absa group from April 1, he is all set to make his mark in defining the future of banking.
New keel check rules for 2022
A change to World Sailing’s Offshore Special Regulations (OSR) means that as of 1 January 2022, all yachts competing in OSR Category 0 through to Category 3 must have been inspected by a qualified person within 24 months of the start of the race or after a grounding, whichever is later.
QUEEN'S LONELY FINAL DAYS!
DEATH is stalking Queen Elizabeth!
QUEEN LIZ ICES OUT GREEDY CHARLES!
Profiteering prince loses game of thrones to king-in-waiting William
LAND OF THE PICTS
New excavations reveal the truth behind the legend of these fearsome northern warriors
BRITAIN TO TEST MIXING AND MATCHING OF COVID-19 VACCINES
British scientists are starting a study Thursday to find out if it’s OK to mix and match COVID-19 vaccines.
Britain Still Can't Escape Europe
Brexit will not end the U.K.’s long, fraught relationship with the Continent