In the UK, Running a Pub ‘Is Worse Now than it was During COVID’

From Sky News:

While their numbers have been in decline for decades, rising costs and the after effects of the pandemic have put more pressure on them than ever before. A UK Hospitality survey has found businesses expect an 82% rise in their energy bills when government support reduces in April 2023. This could have a direct impact on whether some pubs can afford to keep their lights on and their doors open. From enforced closure to constant reinvention, this is what publicans told us about how they are coping.


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