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VIDEO Punchline Talks: Paul Soden

Paul Soden, owner of five pubs and restaurants in Gloucester, is this week's inhabitant of the Punchline Talks hot seat.

In the latest in a series of video interviews with Punchline-Gloucester.com editor Mark Owen, the owner of Cafe Rene discusses trying to run a hospitality business during the coronavirus and the affect it has had on his the company, its staff and personally.

He also shares tales of his colourful journey in the catering and pub trade.

More senior business figures will be settling into the Punchline Talks chair in the coming weeks.

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