Sky.com:  Michelin-starred chef Marcus Wareing has warned the hospitality industry is in danger of collapsing unless it receives more help from the government.
 In a stark warning, Wareing told Sky News there will be lots of restaurant closures and a “huge amount” of unemployment if more is not done to support the sector, which is worth £100bn a year to the UK.  Boris Johnson announced on Sunday that some hospitality businesses could possibly open in July at the earliest as he eased the COVID-19 lockdown slightly after seven weeks.  Wareing, who is chef patron at the Michelin-starred restaurant Marcus in London, told Sky News: “I thought it was a perfect opportunity to give us a little bit more meat on the bone, it would have been nice to have a bit more from him about the big picture.  “I am incredibly nervous about the future, I have no clue how to deal with social distancing in a kitchen or in hospitality.  “For me and my colleagues in the industry, we need some guidelines and we need it soon.
 “We can’t sit at home just hoping we may get some titbits of information to show us how to go forward.
 “We are very concerned – we were the first to close down and we’re going to be the last to reopen.
 “I’m worried for my own health and my staff and customers, it’s really a scary thing to think we’re going to have to go to work in a kitchen which is very much an open playing field where staff are very much a team, they’re connecting with each other, they’re tasting food.
“You’re putting food on a plate which gets carried by a waiter and that food is then put in front of the customer.