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Reopening: no date set for hospitality reopening

No idea on pubs’ place in reopening pecking order

The Government has not indicated the point at which hospitality will open when the country lifts from lockdown, but it is understood sector leaders and ministers are discussing what restrictions will be in place once pubs and bars reopen.

Research required: the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published a list of policies where the relevant insurers has found in their review the test case may affect the outcome on claims generally.

Explained: how to claim business interruption insurance

While the Supreme Court ruled most business interruption insurance policyholders will have cover for losses due to coronavirus restrictions, which was hailed as a “massive boost”, it doesn’t necessarily mean everyone who had this insurance can be compensated.

Looking ahead: JD Wetherspoon also revealed it expects pubs to remain closed until at least the end of March

378 roles made redundant at JDW

More than 300 staff have been made redundant across JD Wetherspoon (JDW)’s airport sites and head office, as the operator revealed it expects pubs to remain closed until at least the end of March.

The Morning Advertiser Lock In podcast episode 10

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Legal challenges and opportunities come under the microscope in the latest episode of the Lock In podcast as the team are joined by licensing specialist Andy Grimsey from Poppleston Allen. We also tackle some of latest challenges facing the sector, debate...

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