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By M&C Report team2004-01-26T00:00:00+00:00
It is unlikely the hospitality sector will get any additional financial support from government according to Kate Nicholls, chief executive, UKHospitality.
The furlough scheme will not be extended despite the expected delay to ending lockdown, sourced close to Rishi Sunak have indicated.
Every hospitality operator should email their local MP about the current situation with rent debt to ensure the government grasps the full extent of the problem, implored Hugh Osmond, director at Various Eateries.
The government is set to confirm a TV ban on advertising food deemed to be high in fat, salt and sugar before 9pm from 2023.
UKHospitality has called for additional support for Scottish operators after First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced yesterday that current coronavirus restrictions would remain in place until 19 July.
England is on track to remove all remaining lockdown restrictions, including social distancing and the wearing of facemasks, on 19 July, according to reports.
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