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  • Pubs overwhelmed as Britons book months in advance
  • Pubs overwhelmed as Britons book months in advance
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Pubs overwhelmed as Britons book months in advance

The hospitality industry in the UK has been left battered and bruised by the pandemic, but it appears a shift is around the corner. As the nation gets a roadmap out of restrictions, people are eagerly planning outings, causing pubs and restaurants to get booked up months in advance.

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