Within a matter of months, the coronavirus has torn through the global economy and forced businesses UK wide to alter operations and pivot any long-term growth strategy.
With thousands of retail stores given the green light to open in the next few weeks the government needs to think of helpful tax breaks and further assistance.
Tax rises could kill demand if Treasury documents detailing plans for a rise in income tax are correct and the chancellor doesn’t play his cards right
Whether working from home has been a productivity and wellness-enhancing revelation or a burden to be shouldered with stoic resolve depends on your job, your home setup and your personality.
The troubling news from the Bank of England today is that the UK is now heading for its deepest recession ever recorded.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly created a new reality to be reckoned with. Consisting of strict social distancing measures and compulsory store closures, this new era of safety has dealt a significant blow to many sectors.
Countries that imposed strict and early social-distancing measures in response to the COVID-19 outbreak will result in their economies recovering much quicker than those who took a much more relaxed approach.
With coronavirus cases finally falling in the UK, thoughts have turned to how to ease current lockdown conditions.