Protect Our Pubs

Tied pub tenants in Scotland don't have the same protections in law as those in England and Wales. As part of the plan to support the industry during the Covid crisis and beyond, we need MSPs and the Scottish Government to support the Tied Pubs (Scotland) Bill when it is debated in the Scottish Parliament on Thursday 26th November.

Please fill out your details below to send a message to your local MSPs and ask them to support the Tied Pubs (Scotland) Bill to give better protections in law to publicans and improve consumer choice at the bar.

You will be taken to a new page, with the template email text to review and edit before sending to your constituency and regional MSPs.


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