Julian Ware-Lane, Labour Parliamentary Candidate for the Castle Point constituency has today committed to:
Promote the interests of Britain’s pub goers;
Champion well-run community pubs;
Press for reform of beer tie to deliver a fair deal for consumers;
Support the role of well-run pubs as solutions to alcohol misuse.
These commitments are based on a campaign being run by CAMRA, The Campaign for Real Ale which is asking all Prospective Parliamentary Candidates whether they are willing to speak up for Beer Drinkers and Pub Goers. CAMRA’s new Beer Drinkers and Pub Goers Charter sets out a series of options for supporting well-run community pubs, local brewers and consumer rights.
Mike Benner, CAMRA’s Chief Executive welcomed Julian Ware-Lane’s support for the Charter, saying:
“We are delighted that Julian Ware-Lane has promised to work to promote the interests of beer drinkers and pub goers. Well-run pubs make a huge contribution to community life, each of which injects £80,000 into their local economy every year. Amid growing concern over the loss of more than 5 pubs a day, it is now more important than ever to support well-run community pubs, to promote local brewers and to protect the interests of consumers.”
Speaking after signing up to CAMRA’s Beer Drinkers and Pub Goers Charter, Julian Ware-Lane said:
“I am proud to be speaking up for community pubs, local brewers and consumers. Well-run pubs are the bedrock of community life – they are part of the solution to the problem of alcohol misuse and not part of the problem. They deserve our support.”Other news from Castle Point Labour