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This group is long overdue and we're delighted to have received support from key stakeholders such as the British Institute of Innkeepers (BII), Punch Taverns and Enterprise Inns," said Mr Sysum.
The Purple Flag scheme was set up by a partnership which includes the Home Office, the Department for Culture, the Association of Chief Police Officers, the British Institute of Innkeepers and Business in the Community.
The British Institute of Innkeepers expect to have draft codes of practice presented to them by Enterprise and Punch Taverns in the next two weeks.
The British Institute of Innkeepers said there must be an extension to the introduction on November 24.
Publican Richard Slade, who runs the Magnesia Bank in North Shields and is North-East chairman of the British Institute of Innkeepers said: "I believe if all licensees followed the policy which we agreed with the Department of Health, to provide well ventilated bars with non-smoking areas, we would not need a ban.
If you are in the market for an off licence, here is Chris Mitchener's best tip: "Anybody contemplating being involved in selling alcohol in any way should be properly trained and the best we can recommend is under the auspices of the National Licensees Certificate from the British Institute of Innkeepers.
The British Institute of Innkeepers (BII) is investigating the case, and the GMB say the group should strip Punch of membership.
Eric Brown, of the British Institute of Innkeepers, and Nanette Bruce, of the Kilmarnock Taxi Owners' Association, said it was the "final nail in the coffin" for the town.