Lockdown 2.0: The Sequel
Sunday People|November 08, 2020
This week has seen England go into another lockdown, although the restrictions are not as tough as the first time round.
Dean Dunham

Readers are now asking what this means for their consumer rights, so here are the basics.

GYMS: All gyms have been ordered to close during the lockdown. If you pay a monthly membership, you will be entitled to a refund for your November fees. If you do not need the cash, consider agreeing an extension of your membership to help support the gym and keep it open in future.

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