Daily bulletin - Thursday 9 April

By Ed Bedington

- Last updated on GMT

Related tags: UnitedWeStand, Coronavirus, Public house

The Morning Advertiser's editor Ed Bedington rounds up the latest news for pubs during coronavirus lockdown including an update on bespoke support packages from Star Pubs & Bars.

Further reading:

  • The most successful pubs are being penalised -​ When you have advised and represented publicans for four decades, you think you have experienced difficult times: recessions, floods, foot and mouth, Chernobyl fallout, draymen’s strikes... but a worldwide pandemic that closes all UK pubs is, sadly, just unprecedented.​ 
  • Wells & Co not collecting commercial rent for April and May​ - Brewer and operator Wells & Co won’t be collecting commercial rent from its licensees for the next two months amid the coronavirus outbreak.
  • Robinsons cancels rent until pubs reopen​ - Stockport-based operator and brewer Robinsons has outlined the measures it is taking to support its licensees amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

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