Airside Alcohol Sales - The sale of alcohol "airside" at airports is unregulated by the Licensing Act 2003

Airside Alcohol Sales

By Gerald Gouriet QC | January 7, 2018 |

Déjà vu. The Home Office has been considering the anomalous exemption of ‘airside’ bars at airports for some years.

NHS to introduce "Drunk Tanks". Late Night Levy should fund this.

NHS Drunk Tanks

By Gerald Gouriet | December 29, 2017 |

The continuing problems of excess alcohol consumption are hard to dissociate from excess provision.

Government Consolidated Coronavirus Guidance

Uber Model is Unlawful

By Gerald Gouriet | December 20, 2017 |

Transport for London release full reasons for refusing to renew Uber’s London licence.

Judge dismisses Prosecution of Uber Driver for Plying for Hire

Milton Keynes loses Appeal

By Gerald Gouriet | November 20, 2017 |

“A naked usurpation of the legislative function under the thin disguise of interpretation” ?

Graffiti of Workers Rights on wall. Uber are trying to avoid paying the minimum wager to their drivers.

Workers’ rights: Uber appeal

By Gerald Gouriet | November 11, 2017 |

Employment Appeal Tribunal rules that Uber must give minimum rights to workers.

3 monkeys see nothing wrong with the Licensing Act

A Lost Opportunity

By Gerald Gouriet | November 6, 2017 |

The Government Response to the House of Lords Select Committee report on the Licensing Act 2003 is a lost opportunity.

Uber Britannia Temporary licence

Uber Licence renewed

By Gerald Gouriet | November 2, 2017 |

Uber Britannia operator’s licence renewed for 6 months only. Outstanding issues to be resolved. TfL/Uber appeal.

DCMS as a 2017 King Canute

DCMS Gambling Review

By Gerald Gouriet QC | October 31, 2017 |

A Modern King Canute? The DCMS hopes to stem the tide of problem gambling.

Cheating. Man with card up his sleeve. Dishonesty

Cheating and Dishonesty

By Gerald Gouriet QC | October 25, 2017 |

The Supreme Court has ruled that dishonesty is not a necessary ingredient of Cheating.

Binge Drinking. Minimum unit Price.

Minimum Pricing

By Gerald Gouriet QC | October 23, 2017 |

The Welsh government has announced a new Bill which will introduce a minimum price for the sale of alcohol in Wales.