Friday 05 March, 2021
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Everything you need to know as the chancellor has delivered a budget dominated by the battle to recover from the COVID-19 crisis. Chancellor says Covid has ‘hit economy hard’ as he unveils tax changes, furlough details and initiatives to...

It would be “unrealistic” and “dangerous” for the UK to stick to EU banking rules after Brexit, Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey has said.  In his annual Mansion House speech to the City of London, Mr Bailey...

The leaders of Britain’s five largest business groups have warned the government that firms face “substantial difficulties” at UK ports since Brexit, with the prospect of a “significant loss of business” if the situation is allowed...

Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson greets European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen outside 10 Downing Street in central London on January 8, 2020, ahead of their meeting. – The EU’s top official on Wednesday predicted...

Oil prices climbed on Wednesday as hopes of an effective COVID-19 vaccine continued to bolster sentiment and an industry report showed U.S. crude inventories fell more than expected. From Reuters Brent crude rose $1.17, or 2.7%, to $44.78 a...

Britain’s economic recovery lost more steam this month as a resurgence of the coronavirus pandemic hit the hospitality and transport sectors and prompted a drop in consumer morale, surveys showed recently. From Reuters report An early “flash”...

By Jian Sun on Oct 29th, 2020

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By Jian Sun on Aug 20th, 2020

Coronavirus has changed the world. Hundreds of thousands of people have died. Everyone has been affected. Every country is wrestling with the impact. Reports from Sky News After the pandemic, examines four areas where our lives will change...

The Bank of England has warned that the U.K. economy could fall into its worst recession on record and could contract as much as 25% in the second quarter as the pandemic and lockdown measures have impacted businesses and workers. Bank governor...

There is currently no evidence to support the belief that people who have recovered from coronavirus then have immunity, the World Health Organisation has said. Reports by Telegraph news today  Senior WHO epidemiologists warned despite the...