Pub giant JD Wetherspoon is marking Brexit by reducing the price of 10 drinks from January 31.
He may have thrown his support behind Nigel Farage and the Brexit Party, who failed to win a single seat at the General Election, but Wetherspoons boss Tim Martin was £44 million richer on Friday.
Wetherspoons is to invest more than £200 million in pubs and hotels over the next four years, creating around 10,000 jobs, the company has announced.
Wetherspoon founder Tim Martin said he is “worried” about Jeremy Corbyn’s approach to business at the pub group’s annual general meeting (AGM) in central London.
Wetherspoons boss Tim Martin has launched a scathing attack on corporate governance rules and advisers which he said are causing companies to collapse.