Hospitality businesses across large swathes of northern England and the Midlands, including in Manchester, Lancashire, Newcastle, Birmingham and Leicester, will be forced to remain locked down under tougher Tier 3 restrictions.
Government plans to relax Coronavirus restrictions nationwide over the Christmas period have been branded a 'mockery' after it emerged the tougher restrictions imposed on hospitality venues would remain in place.
Restaurants and pubs in Tier 3 areas will be restricted to takeaway only under tough new measures announced by the Government that have been described as being 'a restrictive straitjacket' on the sector at best and 'a lockdown in all but...
Restaurants and pubs in parts of Scotland face ‘permanent closure’ following today’s (17 November) announcement by Nicola Sturgeon that 11 local authorities across the west of Scotland will move into the highest level of lockdown restrictions later this...
Relaxed regulations that have allowed restaurants and pubs to operate as hot food takeaways during the Coronavirus pandemic have been extended until 2022, Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick has said.
The Government has partially U-turned on its decision to ban pubs in England selling takeaway alcoholic drinks during the forthcoming November lockdown, legislation published yesterday (3 November) shows.
Application deadlines for the Treasury’s UK-wide programme of business support loans have been further extended following the announcement that England will move back into lockdown from Thursday (5 November)