By M&C Report team2012-09-19T21:25:00+01:00
Luke Johnson has warned the UK could face a “Great Depression” and would have to decide if the containment measures were worth the “collateral damage” of falling living standards and damage to mental health.
Rising food prices were one of the main contributors to the Consumer Price Index (CPI) rate of inflation reaching a five year high of 3% in September 2017.
UK consumer confidence has staged a slight recovery from its lowest level since just after the Brexit vote
A Supreme Court ruling set to force insurers to pay out on disputed coronavirus interruption claims by small firms is being celebrated as “very positive news” for hospitality.
Trispan operating partner Robin Rowland OBE has joined calls for an extension of the VAT cut and business rates relief beyond March, arguing that operators can only “tread water in the dark” for so long.
Accommodation and foodservice saw the largest fall in output between October and November, accounting for the primary drag on GDP growth, according to new data from the Office for National Statistics.
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