Alan Graham Draycott Go ahead and Owl Today a reader tomorrow a leader shirt opens up if 4,000 people can have a rave and the police did fa about it plus thousands do an illegal demonstration around the UK what’s good for one is good for all. Lynch Tim The sector is finished so close it down – don’t waste taxpayers money EU on these corporate leviathans. Graham Nicholson, Too many cuts people are not happy losing their jobs losing their homes homeless be on the rise I think we need an election.
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Bibi Elbourne Evans Interesting, all independent cafes, restaurants, etc have been amazing near us. Not only have they diversified into Today a reader tomorrow a leader shirt doing takeaways and deliveries, but they have also help with donating weekly meals to those who have been shielding. It has been lovely to see everyone pull together & supporting each other. Dave Reid Wagamaras, Frankie and Benny’s, giraffe, Carluccio’s, belle Italia, were all struggling before covid 19, before lockdown, this is an easy excuse, for poor shoddy management from the top. Pravu Lal Kabi Let more details emerge. Chris Fry, How much would the price have to rise for bars and restaurants to break even with the 2-meter rule? What percentage of the staff would have to be furloughed with continued restrictions? Who has to pay to keep us reasonably safe?
The company I work for has its fingers in a lot of pies (no pun intended!) ranging from high-end restaurants to the office and school canteens. Although a lot of kids have started to go back the school canteens aren’t opening. Cafes/kitchens in offices and factories etc aren’t opening yet as there are no sensible social distancing options in the kitchens or the seating areas. With so many people working from home, the need for workplace catering is not as high. My company has worked hard to stay afloat and keep its workforce but for how much longer?BBC