Hospitality industry hit out at Chancellor’s plans saying they don’t go far enough

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Hospitality industry hit out at Chancellor’s plans saying they don’t go far enough” – below is their description.

    Hospitality bosses across the UK are calling for more support from the government after Rishi Sunak announced his Winter Economic Plan on Thursday. Of the Chancellor’s plans, Matthew Lynn writes ‘If Rishi Sunak’s gamble goes wrong, get set for mass unemployment, a shrunken economy and a generation of workers with few skills’. For the full story, click here:

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