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These Restaurants Were Approved for Federal Aid. White Restaurateurs Just Hijacked It.

Over 2,900 businesses owned by women, people of color, and veterans haven’t gotten the sorely needed money the SBA promised them following lawsuits filed by MAGA-aligned groups on behalf of white restaurant owners

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The London Restaurant Waiting Game, Explained

The capital’s hospitality businesses have a roadmap; now they wait to reopen

Biden’s ‘Suitable Jobs’ Remark Is Anti-Worker Political Pandering

Publix Heir’s Funding of the Capitol Trump Rally Leads to Boycott

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Campaign for Political Representation for Restaurants Scores Ministerial Meeting

Senate Votes Against Raising Minimum Wage ‘During a Global Pandemic’

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Britain’s Shellfish Industry Faces Collapse After Government Fails to Warn of Export Ban

The Pandemic Reveals Racial Gaps in School Meal Access

Food distribution locations have been out of reach for many Black and Latinx families

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Treasury Says There Are ‘No Plans’ to Extend the VAT Cut Keeping Restaurants Going

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Can Andrew Yang Eat His Way Into the Hearts of New Yorkers?

The former Democratic presidential candidate is running for mayor with ideas like building a casino on Governors Island to raise revenue for the pandemic recovery — and, apparently, eating at every iconic restaurant in New York City.

Rep. Jerry Nadler Brought Zabar’s to the Impeachment Hearing

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MPs Get Behind Minister for Hospitality Campaign in First Debate

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The Fight for Political Representation for Restaurants Reaches Westminster

Nebraska Governor Wrongly Says Undocumented Meatpacking Workers Can’t Get Vaccine

Whole Foods CEO Thinks Healthy Eating Could Negate the Need for Health Care

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London Restaurateur Jeremy King Calls for Respect for Hospitality

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Furlough Is Supporting 600,000 Hospitality Jobs, But That Doesn’t Mean It Will Save Them

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The Government Will Cover 80 Percent of Restaurant Worker Wages Until End of April

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Jacob Rees-Mogg’s UNICEF Child Hunger Comments Aren’t Shocking at All

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UNICEF Should Not Have to Give the U.K. £700,000 to Feed Hungry Children

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MPs Will Debate the Case for a Minister of Hospitality in 2021

The New Bipartisan Stimulus Proposal Really Sucks for Restaurants

The hospitality industry and those who work in it have suffered tremendously over the last nine months, and this meager aid package isn’t going to help

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Bipartisan Senate Proposal Includes Some Support for Small Businesses, No New Stimulus Checks

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Boris Johnson’s New £1,000 Grant Isn’t Going to Save Any Pubs

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There Is No Consensus in the U.K. Government on What a Scotch Egg Is

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Hospitality Lobby Warns of £7.8 Billion National Wipeout in December

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MP Matt Hancock’s £50,000 ‘Takeaway’ Orders, Explained

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De Beauvoir Deli Regular Marks Downing Street Departure With Bubbly and Gazpacho

Why People Are Mad at Alton Brown and Why Alton Brown Is Mad at Newsweek, Explained

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Businesses Across the U.S. Are Boarding Windows in Anticipation of Election Unrest

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Detroit Restaurants Support Poll Workers, Voters on Election Day

Does Free Food (and Other Election Festivities) Increase Voter Turnout?

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