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The Irish budget airline said it would meet expectations for profit over the past year, but flight numbers are now at just 1% of normal levels.
Banks have been criticised for being too slow and in some cases profiteering through the government's coronavirus business interruption loan scheme.
The Financial Conduct Authority is set to encourage a payment freeze, and may order banks to find other ways to help borrowers 'weather the storm.'
The British Chamber of Commerce and the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development both issued warnings about jobs on Thursday.
Business secretary Alok Sharma said it would be 'completely unacceptable if any banks were unfairly refusing funds to good businesses.'
The government has urged Brits to 'fill the gap' and pick fruit and vegetables as the coronavirus hits migrant worker numbers in agriculture.
Output and new orders declined at the fastest rate in eight years in March, according to a survey of business leaders by IHS Markit.
Union leaders welcomed the biggest ever minimum wage rise, but experts warned it risked pushing some struggling employers into cutting staff.
Many business leaders and contractors are not eligible for the same government coronavirus pay support as their workers or freelancers.
The UK government is even drafting in an airline associated with VIP and corporate travel — Titan Airways — to help charter flights.
A think tank warned of the deepest recession since the financial crisis, with the unemployment rate predicted to almost double.
The 'Boris bounce' lifted the UK property market in February, but lending is now expected to drop as the coronavirus hits sales.
In the last 24 hours, rent-to-own high street giant BrightHouse and Italian restaurant chain Carluccio's are said to be close to collapse.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak hinted that national insurance contributions by the self-employed could increase after the coronavirus crisis pases.
A spike in benefit claims could mark the end of Britain's record jobs boom, buckling under the weight of the coronavirus.
Officials said annual leave can be delayed by up to two years for all workers, in a bid to ease pressure on essential services.
A Bank of England's survey of 700 business leaders across the country found the entire economy has experiences 'a sudden, rapid decline'.