A Lincoln pub owner says Christmas is probably not going to happen as far as the hospitality industry is concerned following the introduction of new coronavirus restrictions.
Earlier, the Prime Minister set out new restrictions for England, including the closure of hospitality and entertainment venues at 22:00 every night and further rules on face coverings.
Mr Johnson also warned "significantly greater restrictions" could come if necessary.
Responding to the new restrictions, Chris Bulaitis, who owns three pubs in Lincoln, says: "I can't see there's going to be any office parties this year, or good socialising and good celebrations in public houses.
This Christmas is probably not going to happen as far as hospitality, pubs and restaurants are concerned."