Phased reopening set out for Northern Ireland hospitality


Hospitality business in Northern Ireland are to remain closed until at least the 20 November as the country’s ‘circuit-breaker’ lockdown is extended another week. Leaders announced yesterday (12 November) that unlicensed premises, including cafes and coffee shops, will be permitted to reopen from next Friday with an 8pm curfew, and ...

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