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High Court rules against Sasha Lord in hospitality reopening case

The ruling was followed by the Government’s Sage report, which found only 226 Covid-19 cases to be linked to hospitality since the pandemic began

The High Court has rejected Sacha Lord and Hugh Osmond’s bid to challenge the Government’s indoor hospitality reopening stall.

The case had been set in motion by Lord, Manchester’s night-time economy advisor, and Osmond, founder of Punch Taverns, who argued that a lack of scientific evidence had been provided to sustain the industry-wide closure.

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