More than 100 industry leaders from across the hospitality sector have written to the Government demanding urgent support to stimulate the revival of the sector following the Coronavirus crisis.
Music venues will be among the beneficiaries of a £1.5bn lifeline being drawn up by chancellor Rishi Sunak to support the arts sector.
The government’s proposed next stage of reactive, local lockdowns will not force full business closures, UK Hospitality CEO Kate Nicholls has said.
Customers, visitors and staff who are identified as having been in the same premises at the same time as someone with coronavirus will only be told to self-isolate in the case of prolonged and close contact, MCA’s The Conversation has heard.
As 4 July got closer and closer, there was a sense of mounting nervousness over how the licensed trade was expected to successfully bounce back, if it did not yet know the rules it was supposed to play by.
Ministers are expected to introduce a new bill in parliament today to temporarily change licensing laws on al fresco dining.
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