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Daily bulletin - Wednesday 8 April

By Ed Bedington

- Last updated on GMT

Related tags: UnitedWeStand, Coronavirus

The Morning Advertiser's editor Ed Bedington delivers a rundown of the latest news for pubs regarding coronavirus including news that more than 20% of pubs have been left out of the Government’s grant scheme because they have rateable values of – or more than – £51,000.

Further reading:

  • More than 20% pubs lose out on Government grant as rateable value too high -​ Almost 10,000 pubs have been left out of the Government’s grant scheme because they have rateable values of – or more than – £51,000.​ 
  • Pub staff can still receive training if furloughed​ - The Government has updated its guidance for the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme to say that pub employers can continue training their staff even if they have been furloughed.
  • Government ‘must make U-turn on tronc exclusion from CJRS’​ - Tronc payments are currently not including in the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), a decision that has been met with calls to reconsider.
  • Pubgoers call for pubco bosses to cancel rents​ - Beer drinkers and pubgoers across the nation are sending emails in their thousands to pub company bosses, asking them to cancel rents to save local pubs from permanent closure.

 

 

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