Wales will enter a two-week ‘fire break’ lockdown from Friday, First Minister Mark Drakeford announced yesterday (Monday).
Businesses are in desperate need of more financial support to avoid the “catastrophic consequences” of tougher coronavirus rules, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has warned.
A second UK-wide lockdown could cause “permanent damage” to the economy, the Chancellor Rishi Sunak has warned.
The Prime Minister Boris Johnson has “expressed his disappointment” with the lack of progress in negotiations with the EU over a free-trade agreement.
Posted on 15th October 2020 in General business.
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