The chief executive of Burger King has announced that the fast-food chain will not pay the rent

The chief executive of Burger King, Alasdair Murdoch, has announced that the fast-food chain will not pay the rents after the UK government delayed the payments of rents on the condition “that businesses pay their rents in the future” due to coronavirus.

Alasdair Murdoch, chief executive of Burger King, who is positive about the support package, which allows many businesses to pay their employees’ salary, said creative solutions could be introduced. ” We could add three months on to the end of the lease for those people who are unable to pay in the short-term at the end of these three months. ” said Murdoch, who is trying to shore up support for the sector, saying all Burger King branches would close.