Nando's rejects claim it could offer discount meals to Tories

By Sophie Witts contact

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Nando's rejects claim it could offer discount meals to Tories
Nando’s has distanced itself from reports that the Conservative party could offers members discount meals at its restaurants.

Last week The Times​ quoted a “senior party source” as saying it was a “very real possibility” the party could launch a card offering cut-price deals at the group and similar restaurants in a bid to entice more people to join.

But the chicken chain has denied this is the case, stating on its official Twitter that it has “no political affiliations as a brand”.

“We have a Nando’s loyalty card and standard gift cards that anyone can use, and we offer a 20% discount to Police, Fire Services, Ambulance service and NHS staff,” Nando’s said in a statement.

It added that “no political discount card exists”.

According to the latest figures the Tories have 124,000 members, while Labour has 552,000 and the Liberal Democrats 100,500.

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