Flash floods tore through the UK on Monday 12th July causing havoc in the capital and catastrophic damage to the nation’s favourite rum lounge, Trailer Happiness.
The flooding took place a mere week before COVID-19 regulations were due to be lifted.
The UK hospitality industry has been operating under a dark cloud for the past 16-months, fighting against the onslaught of curfews, closure, scapegoating, stringent lockdown restrictions, takeaway bans, and a casualty of 660,000 jobs in 2020 alone.
UKHospitality’s research shows a loss of more than £80bn in sales in just 12-months and the permanent closure of nearly 10,000 licensed premises.
For many in the industry, “Freedom Day” (the name given to
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