Photographer Jake Lewis cycled around London last night, photographing people and their pints.
In 2012, The Ivy House in south London was sold off to be gutted and turned into flats. Then its regulars found out about the “Asset of Community Value” – a status that could help protect nightclubs too.
Under Tier 2 restrictions, pubs can remain open as long as they're serving substantial meals. What exactly that means is anyone's guess.
Your local doesn't serve "substantial meals"? No worries – get on the phone to Deliveroo.
You can still "go for a pint" from tomorrow... theoretically.
The “let's chuck something on a plate so we can stay open” initiative of England's bars and pubs has resulted in some deeply cursed meals.
What started as a laugh at British media nepotism quickly became a furious pile-on that revealed a predictability at the heart of social media.
The pubs are open again, but not as we once knew them. Luckily, our friends at Old Blue Last Beer have written a guide to help you navigate this strange new boozing landscape.
While each venue was enforcing government guidelines, other pub workers have warned of flaws in the advice.
Unsurprisingly, people did not observe the "no shouting" rule.
Britain's pubs are scheduled to open in early July, but don't expect a boozy return to an earlier, simpler time.
"I already have friends who are sending me messages saying, 'Do you want to get a pint?'"