29 April 2021 - final results
Results for the year ended 26 December 2020 have been released, with reduced revenue and a greater loss before tax reported. However, this was an exceptionally difficult period and looking beyond the headline numbers there is cause for optimism. Revenue fell from £328.0m to £269.9m and the loss before tax was £23.6m on an IFRS 16 basis and £24.3m on a pre-IFRS 16 basis (2019: £5.8m). This translated into a basic loss per share of 12.02p on an IFRS 16 basis. On a far more positive note, figures . . .
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