By M&C Report team2010-08-11T11:58:00+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.
UK Hospitality has called on the government to establish a Hospitality and Tourism Recovery Fund to support businesses without grant support and at risk of closure.
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.
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