World famous rum bar destroyed in London flash floods

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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