JD Wetherspoon customers could soon see two favourite brands disappear from the menu. The move from the popular pub chain comes as its owner takes a pro-Brexit stance against Brussels. Tim Martin, who is a prominent supporter of last year's Leave campaign has said he will stop stocking any beers or coffee made by European Union members. Mr Martin will push through the move if trade deals with the UK are blocked as part of the ongoing negotiations, writes the MEN.
Brexit has got everyone wondering as to the fate of the UK over the coming months, but now Wetherspoon could be losing two menu-favourites because of it. Wetherspoon owner Tim Martin has taken a pro-Brexit stance against Brussels, saying he will stop stocking any beers or coffee made by European Union members if trade deals with the UK are blocked as part of the ongoing negotiations.
If you're a Wetherspoons regular, you could soon see two favourite brands disappear from the menu. The move from the popular pub chain comes as its owner takes a pro-Brexit stance against Brussels. The national pub chain operator runs multiple establishments across the city - namely The City Arms in Earlsdon High Street, the Flying Standard in Trinity Street, and the Earl of Mercia in the High Street.
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