By M&C Report team2012-09-14T07:09:00+01:00
Wetherspoons chairman Tim Martin has accused the government of relying on “false information, rather than truth,” leading to “inevitably poor outcomes.” In an update on the London Stock Exchange, Martin said that over 50 million pub visits had been registered at Wetherspoons sites using the track and trace system, and there have been no outbreaks reported in the company, highlighting the “faulty” nature of government sources of information.
JD Wetherspoon has made the largest investment in its 41-year history in the development of a pub and hotel in Dublin.
JD Wetherspoon chairman Tim Martin has sold £5m worth of shares in the company.
Wetherspoon has announced plans for an equity placing to raise proceeds of up to £93.7m.
Less than half of pubs eligible for one-off November lockdown grants had received payment by the beginning of January, according to findings from the Forum of British Pubs.
Greene King is launching its second coronavirus support fund later this month in partnership with the Licensed Trade Charity.
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