Chick-fil-A opened the doors of its first United Kingdom restaurant Oct. 10, marking the popular but controversial chicken chain’s second location outside the United States as it seeks to expand internationally.
Chick-fil-A is in trouble again. The popular fast food chain opened up its first restaurant in the U.K. in early October, but now the British shopping center leasing the restaurant is refusing to extend
The first Chick-fil-A in the United Kingdom announced it would be shutting down in six months, just days after the popular American fast-food chain made its debut in the country, amid pressures from gay
Chick-fil-A's first location in the UK is set to close when its lease runs out in six months. A representative for The Oracle shopping center in Reading told the BBC that the lease will not be extended
According to the New York Times, LGBT advocacy groups in England have succeeded in convincing The Oracle shopping center in Reading not to renew Chick-fil-A's lease, leading the company to announce that
Chick-fil-A, the controversial American fast food brand, famous as much for its donations to anti-LGBTQ organisations as it is for fried chicken sandwiches, is being forced to close its first U.K. restaurant.
Chick-fil-A saw its latest effort to invade the British market as an opportunity to expand its global footprint. British LGBT rights activists saw things differently. After only eight days in business,
After opening its first U.K. location in early October, Chick-fil-A has already announced that the restaurant will be closing at the end of the its six-month lease. According to BBC, the fast food chain