5% VAT extended for pubs and restaurants

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The VAT cut (from 20% to 5%) for the tourism and hospitality sectors has been extended from 12 January and will now end on 31 March 2021 

The reduced rate of 5% applies to: suppliers of food and non-alcoholic drinks from restaurants, pubs, bars, cafés and similar premises, supplies of accommodation and admission to attractions across the UK.

For more information please see the Government’s Winter Economy Plan

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