Aug 21, 2020

Eating out to help out Britain’s economy

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Around 35 million discounted meals have been claimed under a U.K. government scheme to boost eating out in August. But who will actually pay? A commercially viable gas reserve could reduce Turkey's reliance on energy imports.

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Thanks to a government-funded program, the country's restaurants are coming back from the brink.
A server carries food past a sign promoting the British government's "Eat Out to Help Out" scheme to get consumers spending again.
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Victoria Craig Producer, BBC
Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC
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