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The ECB is widely expected to announced up to €700bn in additional stimulus to support the eurozone economy.
Downing Street has launched a wide variety of programmes to support businesses through the COVID-19 crisis — here are all the main ones.
Most Brits accept tax increases as a 'necessary evil' arising from the coronavirus, and are willing to pay more eventually as spending soars and tax receipts plummet.
Experts warn mounting job losses and lower incomes will leave more households struggling, including 200,000 children.
Household energy consumption has risen as people spend more time at home under lockdown.
Lord Alistair Darling, George Osborne, and Philip Hammond all raised the alarm during a joint appearance in front of the Treasury Select Committee.
Tory MPs and business leaders united in anger at the 14-day quarantine for travellers, with some warning it suggested Britain is 'closed for business.'
UK workers under 25 have seen the steepest decline in work, with many working on precarious zero-hour contracts and in sectors hit hardest by the lockdown.
New PMI data comes as 'non-essential' UK retailers prepare to reopen and more staff return to workplaces in Britain as coronavirus restrictions ease.
The latest Bank of England figures on household debt suggest people are using lockdown to 'reduce spending, shore up savings and slash debt.'
Banking executives warned this week that as many as 50% of Bounce Back loans could eventually go bad, leaving the taxpayer with billions in losses.
An additional 300,000 people have been furloughed over the last week, despite plans to gradually ease lockdown restrictions.
A UK watchdog said borrowers could apply for a new or second mortgage holiday until 31 October if they face coronavirus-linked financial problems.
Small firms have increased trade with Commonwealth and BRICS nations, even before Britain breaks ties with Europe when the Brexit transition period ends.
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Shops across Britain are preparing to reopen for the first time in months from 15 June — uncertain of what will happen when they do.
The government's self-employed income support scheme is set to end over the weekend, leaving millions facing uncertain incomes.
Before the crisis the UK was issuing more than 258,000 visas a month for travel, work and study in Britain.
One in four firms say they can't afford to pay even part of furloughed staff wages as the government prepares to ask them to help foot the bill.
David Frost told MPs the EU's negotiating position was 'not a mandate that is likely to produce an agreement that can be agreed with us'.
Business chiefs and MPs say self-employed support should be extended like the furlough scheme, but the Treasury says it is 'under review.'
The Surrey-based Formula 1 team-owner will lay off around a quarter of its workforce.