PUB operator Mitchells and Butlers – owner of Harvester, All Bar One and Toby Carvery – has axed 1,300 jobs following the coronavirus crisis.
The company said it could no longer support these roles due to lockdown restrictions on boozers across the country.
Revealing its annual results today, Mitchells and Butlers swung into the red for the year to September 26, as revenues plunged 34% to £1.5 billion.
The pub chain employs about 44,000 people in about 1,700 restaurants.
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