The government will be forced to increase taxes in order to pay for the huge spending tackling the health and economic implications of Covid-19, according to a leading think tank.
Posted on 9th July 2020 in General business.
As the UK enters the second phase in its recovery, the Chancellor’s plan is designed to support jobs by focussing on skills and young people, create jobs with investment in shovel-ready projects and greening our infrastructure, and protect jobs through a VAT cut for the hospitality sector and a landmark Eat Out to Help Out […]
Posted on 8th July 2020 .
Delivering his Summer Economic Update in Parliament, the Chancellor announced a package of measures to support jobs in every part of the country, give businesses the confidence to retain and hire, and provide people with the tools they need to get better jobs. The plan for jobs is the second part of a three-phase plan […]
Posted on 8th July 2020 in Coronavirus.
Businesses in England will receive £1,000 for every new traineeship they create as part of plans to avoid mass unemployment post-Covid19, the Chancellor will announce this week.
Millions of furloughed workers are expected to return to work either full or part-time by the end of August, according to new figures.
Pubs and restaurants in Wales will be allowed to reopen their outdoor spaces from 13 July if cases continue to fall, the Welsh Government has announced.