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The chief executive of a live music trade body has said the industry is “at the back of the queue to re-open” once coronavirus restrictions are lifted.
The comments come after Prime Minister Boris Johnson set out his four-step plan to release England from lockdown.
Mr Johnson said on Monday he hoped step four would see the end of all legal limits on social contact.
But Greg Parmley, chief executive of Live, said his sector “could be months behind the rest of the economy”.
“The chancellor must acknowledge our extended closure in the budget and provide