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From young job seekers to homeowners — here's what the chancellor's COVID-19 stimulus announcement means for you and your finances.
The government will pay up to £10 per head towards people's restaurant bills for the month of August.
Homeowners can claim grants to fund green renovations such as insulation and eco-friendly boilers.
The cut, which takes effect immediately, will run until 31 March next year.
Rishi Sunak promised bonuses for firms keeping and hiring staff, stamp duty and VAT cuts, home improvement vouchers and eating-out discounts in his 'mini Budget.'
Business and union leaders welcomed the 'Kickstart Scheme,' creating subsidised work placements for young people on universal credit.
Tide's funding talks fell through on Tuesday morning, forcing it to take the 'tough' decision to suspend Bounce Back loans.
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The Treasury has extended a VAT waiver on personal protective equipment until the end of October.
The app-only bank is applying for a new grant from the Banking Competition Remedies' alternative remedies fund.
There are concerns pubs will be overwhelmed and worries about how easy it will be to enforce health and safety regulations once drink has been taken.
Plans include £1.5bn for hospitals, £1bn to spend building new schools, £900m for “shovel-ready” local projects, and £100m for roads.
Just 9,300 new mortgages were approved across the UK in May, as the COVID-19 pandemic pushed the housing market to near standstill.
Michel Barnier, the EU’s chief negotiator, and UK-counterpart David Frost begin five days of 'intensified' talks in Brussels.
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Experts think COVID-19 could be the catalyst to bring retail rents down across the industry, putting major players like British Land and Hammerson in a bind.
Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey said the central bank had to intervene in bond markets in early March to help the government raise money.