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, The Founder of the pub chain Oakman Inns has sworn to of all the attractions at the 4. July, even if the government has not relaxed restrictions.
"We can't wait for the government to make a decision," Peter Borg-Neal.
The government has said that pubs would not be able to open Until July at the earliest under lockdown measures.
But it has Not Yet given a definitive date for the re-opening of pubs, despite pressure from the economy.
Mr Borg-Neal vow came as The British pubs " trade body asked for a final date, so that employees could prepare.
fear But some health experts that the opening of venues such as pubs or restaurants to early, it could open the increase in The Number of coronavirus cases, especially as the eruptions
"without the right planning would also be wrong," Mr Borg wrote Neal.
He later told The Bbc : "I'm not trying some reckless rebel.
"We need to plan in advance, employees from vacation, remove furniture, Installation of hand-washing stations, changing layouts in pubs," He Said . "You can't give just announced to us a couple of days in advance, and we expect to open the safe. "
He added: "We wouldn't be open unless we thought it was a 100% sure to do this. "
"If they wanted to stop us, you might need to raise a threat for a licence review, in the you, to show that we have broken the licensing laws. Before I get legal advice on this," Mr Borg-Neal said.
"In a conflict situation, we may be unable to open all our pubs at once, I could just open one or two to see what they are doing. "
On the 21. In March, the government brought to stop what pubs, cafes and restaurants, with customers food and drinks for consumption on the premises.
Mr Borg-Neal said, he would have no choice but to open, no matter In July , if the rules is still in force or not.
"We can hang out and, in any case, you go broke, or they open and see if they will destroy us," He Said .
has not responded to The Department for Business, Energy & industrial strategy, to a request for comment.
On Thursday, The British beer and Pub Association set out requirements call for a definitive date for the opening of the government by Friday.
"This could lead to hundreds of thousands of jobs and permanent pub closures. "
He Said that the pubs and beer-company "burn £100m each month in cash, while they remain closed".
"the cost of This. tilting could be said of many pubs over The Edge , unless you are clarity and confidence, when you re-open" it.
More pub bosses also joined in The Call for clarity.
Mark Davies , chief executive of Hawthorn leisure chain, said: "Our pubs are part of the Social Fabric of their communities, but there are so a lot of our partners need to do to get ready for the re-opening, of the employee from leave, the adoption of the new health and hygiene protocols and implementation of social distance measures, not to mention always beer in the pubs of suppliers.
"If we get a chance, The Great British pub opens from 4. July, it is imperative that the government clear guidance by Friday at the absolute latest. "