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Hospitality sector react to new financial measures

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Hospitality sector react to new financial measures

Hospitality sector react to new financial measures

For many businesses and workers in the struggling hospitality sector, the support announced by Chancellor Rishi Sunak has come too late, but for others, the new scheme could yet be a lifeline.

Report by Blairm.

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