By M&C Report team2010-04-22T11:55:00+01:00
Regional pub operator and brewer Everards has been “effectively closed down” by the government’s tier system.
England will be left with just a fraction of its pubs being able to trade in conditions resembling normal, the country set to go back into “lockdown in all but name”.
The pandemic will wipe £14bn from the pub sector in 2020, but the market is forecast to make a tentative recovery in 2021, Lumina Intelligence reports.
Liberation Group is “disappointed but understanding” at news it will have to close 44 pubs in Jersey as the crown dependency enters a circuit breaker lockdown.
Wetherspoon will keep eight of its pubs open in Wales, effectively trading them as cafes.
As England emerges from a second lockdown and businesses adapt to the new tier system, Oakman Inns CEO Dermot King discusses how the government is forcing the hospitality sector to big up the tab.
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