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The Morning Advertiser Lock In podcast episode 17

A year to forget?

By Ed Bedington

It has been a year to the day when the Prime Minister told customers to avoid going to the pub. The podcast team take a wry look at what has turned out to be an unprecedented year of challenge and struggle, which has brought out the best and the worst...

Lockdown lifting: the Welsh Government has said it cannot give the pub sector a 'definitive date' for reopening (image: bahadir-yeniceri, Getty Images)

No reopening date for Welsh pubs yet

By Emily Hawkins

The First Minister for Wales refused to provide a reopening date for pubs but announced further grant support for closed businesses.

Get involved: post your questions in the comment section (image: Getty/sdecoret)

In association with Heineken

• LIVE: The Pub Hub – your questions answered

By MA editorial

The Morning Advertiser and Heineken have teamed up to answer your questions around current coronavirus legislation, finances, reopening and more.

Funding boost: 'Extending our support will help retail and hospitality chains and the thousands of staff they employ,' Paul Scully said

Government more than trebles State Aid cap

By Stuart Stone

The State Aid cap has been increased to more than £10m, offering larger pub, bar and restaurant firms greater access to Government-backed grants outlined in the Spring Budget.

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