Minister for hospitality campaigners request audience with Boris Johnson

12 February 2021 by
Minister for hospitality campaigners request audience with Boris Johnson

Campaigners met with business minister Paul Scully yesterday and have requested an audience with prime minister Boris Johnson, who would be the final decision-maker on whether the hospitality industry gets its own dedicated minister.

Representing the Seat at the Table campaign were Chef & Restaurant magazine editor Claire Bosi, who launched the original petition which received more than 200,000 signatures, chef Angela Hartnett and Pig hotelier Robin Hutson.

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