As part of plans to set an example and get the country moving again, the Government has told civil servants – four fifths of whom are still working remotely -to get back to work in central London or risk losing their prestigious Westminster offices. … [Read more...] about ‘Bonfire of jobs’ with a THIRD of firms planning lay offs this autumn as figures are set to show the economy has formally gone into recession
"The burden of taxation as a whole now falls too heavily on those least able to pay. So let me make it clear; in this coming period we will be developing the policies that will shift the tax burden more fairly, away from those who earn wages and salaries onto those who hold the wealth." … [Read more...] about Will voters trust John McDonnell with UK economy?
Coronavirus: The consequences for tourism Germany brings travelers back home More and more countries are sealing their borders, and many flights are cancelled. With special flights Lufthansa and its subsidiary Eurowings want to bring up to 6,500 stranded holidaymakers from the Caribbean, the Canary Islands and on Mallorca back to Germany. In Morocco, the German government is assisting German tourists who are stranded there due to their return flights being cancelled. … [Read more...] about German firms expect restrictions to public life for a further 8.5 months
Welsh Conservative Senedd leader Paul Davies said: "While I recognise that decisions on the lockdown in Wales are a matter for the Welsh Government, it is vital that governments across the UK coordinate their efforts as much as possible to avoid confusion amongst the public." … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: ‘Modest’ lockdown changes announced in Wales
"More than 40% of our 47 current sales transactions have either a buyer or seller from either side of the border. I've been inundated with calls from clients in England today hoping to restart their process and they are struggling to understand why its one rule for Wales and one for England. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Welsh ‘frustration’ as England’s property market restarts