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Mark Hix in 1 Lombard Street

I’m presently sitting in my fish truck in Lyme Regis, where I’ve been since the crack of dawn so I

October 23, 2020
Return Of London Office Workers Remains Slow Despite Government Urging

The City of London hopes to revive the Square Mile’s beleaguered hospitality sector by relaxing its al fresco dining rules. 

October 22, 2020
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The appeals linked to the Resilience, Eaton Gate Retail, and Eaton Gate Pubs & Restaurants business interruption insurance policies have

October 21, 2020
Freddie Janssen, founder of Snackbar in Dalston

As coronavirus restrictions continue to squeeze the hospitality sector, we asked Dalston’s Snackbar owner Freddie Janssen how she stayed afloat

October 21, 2020
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Chefs, farmers, waitresses and caterers took their pots and pans to Parliament Square today to make their calls for further

October 19, 2020
The Ghost Light at the barbican

The Barbican Theatre will reopen next month with The Ghost Light a show performed for audiences of just one guest

October 17, 2020
East London baker Lily Jones, who runs Lily Vanilli

Who are you and what do you do? I’m Lily Jones from Lily Vanilli, a baker and cake decorator based

October 16, 2020

Early-stage companies face a difficult winter ahead as barriers to funding increase and the number of failing tech startups soar. 

October 15, 2020
Protective Face Masks Become Mandatory On London Transport

A London lockdown would “crumble” businesses and turn the capital into a “ghost town”, leading business bodies have warned City

October 15, 2020
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Businesses in the hospitality sector have said Rishi Sunak’s support package “must go further” to avoid wide-scale job losses, after

October 9, 2020

Ecommerce investor Clearbanc has announced its plans to invest £500m into British SMEs over the next year as part of

October 8, 2020
The cost to the taxpayer of the government’s emergency loan scheme for struggling small businesses could be as much as £26bn, a new report has found.

The cost to the taxpayer of the government’s emergency loan scheme for struggling small businesses could be as much as

October 7, 2020

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