S&N calls time on UK pub landscape

By David Robertson | 23 September 2003

The imminent sale of Scottish & Newcastle’s pub division will create a leaner, more focused business but it will also mark the end of an historic era when brewers could dictate the drinking habits of a nation. By David Robertson.

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The imminent sale of Scottish & Newcastle’s pub division will create a leaner, more focused business but it will also mark the end of an historic era when brewers could dictate the drinking habits of a nation. By David Robertson.

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