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London bar owner fears for 'zombie' industry

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London bar owner fears for 'zombie' industry

London bar owner fears for 'zombie' industry

As tougher restrictions on British bars and restaurants are brought in to try and curb virus infections, London venue owner Thomas Kidd says the move could lead to a sector full of 'zombie companies'.

Ciara Lee reports


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