How to get a fast food burger for the ‘right’ price in the UK
The UK’s fast food industry has been hit by a string of closures since the Brexit vote, with the UK’s largest chains shutting down restaurants, and others moving more jobs overseas.
The UK’s big six fast food chains have already announced plans to close, with Domino’s and Sainsbury’s also in talks to sell their restaurants.
The chain chain of fast food restaurants has also laid off more than 3,000 staff since last month.
A spokesman for the company, which employs over 4,000 people, told Business Insider the decision was made following the Brexit referendum, but the company will continue to operate at its current level.
“As the UK leaves the EU, our businesses will be forced to re-evaluate our business models, our strategy, and our business plan,” he said.
However, it’s not just the UK where fast food has been facing a crisis.
In Europe, the UK has been plagued by a range of closures, with many of the closures coming at the same time.
In the US, McDonald’s has closed more than 2,000 locations since January, and has yet to reopen, as the US has begun to look to other countries to take over its McDonald’s business.
A recent survey by the UK Independent found that 80% of Americans would prefer to keep their fast food restaurant than move to a restaurant of their own.
And in France, a recent survey showed that nearly a quarter of French people believe they are “more likely” to leave their country for a job outside the country, and almost one in five people think they are less likely to stay if they have a job in France.