Covid brainwave: ‘I turned my office into a cyclists’ cafe’

The hospitality industry has been left reeling after two national lockdowns and, although England is just emerging from the second one, things aren’t necessarily looking better. The introduction of new tiered restrictions has been described in

some quarters as a “mortal blow” for an industry “bearing the brunt of the pain”.

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