By M&C Report team2010-08-16T14:35:00+01:00
The restrictions imposed on community wet led pubs in tier 2 are “disproportionate,” “unfair,” and “wrong,” MCA’s The Conversation has heard.
Pub operators entering tier 2 face further confusion about the definition of a “substantial meal” after cabinet minister George Eustice suggested a Scotch egg could count.
Customers visiting pubs in tier 2 regions will have to leave when they finish eating, a government source has confirmed.
Workers from across the hospitality industry are expected to converge once again on Parliament Square next week in a second peaceful demonstration against government restrictions and lack of support.
A one-off grant of £1,000 for wet-led pubs forced to close because of coronavirus has been criticised for not doing enough to support pubs through winter.
UK Hospitality CEO Kate Nicholls has urged operators to issue a “carpet bombing” of letters expressing industry concerns to MPs ahead of the vote on Johnson’s new tiering restrictions later today.
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