Leon boss warns longer lockdown ‘will cost lives’

Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, Mr Vincent said it was “quite possible” that Leon could fold “if weeks and months drag on”, as it was losing around £200,000 a week. That figure was more like £800,000 when “what we would have been making” is taken into account, he said.

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