UK restaurants to be banned from keeping staff tips

Businesses will no longer be able to take share of service charges paid by card under new legislation

Restaurant owners will be banned from taking customer tips and service charge payments from workers under legislation being introduced by the government five years after a ban was first proposed.

The law, which is designed to help about 2 million waiting staff and other hospitality workers, follows a series of high-profile stories about companies deducting money from card payments intended for waiting and kitchen staff.

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