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UKH backs proposal to extend licensing hours for coronation

UKHospitality's Chief Executive has responded to the Government’s consultation on licensing over King Charles' coronation period.

Kate Nicholls commented, “The King’s coronation will be a spectacle celebrated by millions and hospitality will no doubt be at the centre of a historic moment for the country.

“I’m pleased the Government is proposing to extend licensing hours and UKHospitality is fully behind the plans. Not only will it benefit customers, but it also means businesses will be able to trade for longer, increase footfall and generate additional sales.

“At a time when the sector has been ravaged by the cost of doing business crisis, as well as recruitment challenges and strike disruption, this extension would provide a much-needed boost and aid hospitality’s recovery,' Kate concluded.