MA'S REVIEW OF THE WEEK

Hospitality ‘safe spaces’ would eliminate need for new fines

By Ed Bedington

- Last updated on GMT

Related tags: Newspaper, Camerons, Brewery, Beer, Pubco + head office, Coronavirus

The Morning Advertiser's Ed Bedington speaks with Camerons Brewery managing director Chris Soley to reflect on the week's biggest headlines.

Further reading:

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Public lacks faith in Gov's support for pubs​ - New research shows the majority of Brits have lost confidence in the Government to support the ailing pub sector, and more than half back the appointment of a hospitality minister.
  • What does the pub sector want from the 3 March Budget?​ - With more than a month to wait until further support is announced, The Morning Advertiser​ asked hospitality sector stakeholders to run through their fiscal wish lists ahead of the Chancellor's next Budget.

Related topics: Legislation

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