More than 1.2 million Government-guaranteed loans worth £52.7 billion have now been delivered to businesses affected by Covid-19, the latest figures have revealed.
Two-thirds of women in abusive relationships report having suffered more violence from their partners throughout the coronavirus pandemic, a major investigation has revealed.
Two-fifths of employers have admitted that they are not confident about their ability to make redundancies in compliance with legal requirements, according to the latest research.
The largest lobby groups representing landlords and retailers have clashed over the details of rent payment holidays to help alleviate the pressure created by the coronavirus pandemic.
Innovate UK, the country’s start-up accelerator, has today launched its four-year plan setting out its strategy to promote business growth.
Married parents are “almost twice as likely” to stay together as cohabiting ones, a major study has revealed.
The UK property sector saw the busiest month in more than a decade in July, with £37 billion in total property transactions being agreed during the month.
With numerous Government schemes open to businesses and individuals to help deal with the impact of the Coronavirus outbreak, there are dozens of key dates to be aware of in the coming months. To help you plan ahead here are
Eviction proceedings in the UK will resume again from 24 August after they were temporarily suspended to support tenants affected by the Coronavirus crisis. The Government introduced an initial three-month ban on repossession orders starting in March, which was extended
As companies look to bring more employees back to the workplace, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has launched the ‘Work Right’ campaign. The aim of this campaign is to ensure that every business is COVID-secure and every worker is