'We've been thrown under a bus': Fury in Sheffield and Manchester as cities are plunged into Tier 3 lockdown and frustrated pubs reveal how they've had to find food vendors to stay open | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

'We've been thrown under a bus': Fury in Sheffield and Manchester as cities are plunged into Tier 3 lockdown and frustrated pubs reveal how they've had to find food vendors to stay open

Pub and restaurant bosses in areas of England about to go into a tier three coronavirus lockdown hit out at the Government today, claiming the hospitality industry was being 'thrown under a bus' and should be kept open.

Some bar owners in Greater Manchester - which will go into tier three at 0.01am on Friday - said they were rushing to find a food vendor to avoid them having to shut, while others said they had no choice but to close.

And a pub landlady in Sheffield - which will go into tier three at 0.01am on Saturday along with the rest of South Yorkshire - has said she is 'devastated' about the new restrictions imposed on her industry.

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