(Reuters) - Tennis’s governing bodies and the organisers of the four Grand Slams said on Tuesday they will raise over $6 million (4.8 million pounds) to help players affected by the sport’s current shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
PARIS (Reuters) - French insurer AXA AXA.PA said on Tuesday that the coronavirus crisis would have a material impact on its 2020 earnings and said that it could face around 500 million euros in claims for events cancellations.
May 5th, 2020viaBBC News - Coventry & Warwickshire
Some sheep farmers have said they are facing difficulties as coronavirus has left them unable to bring over shearers from Australia and New Zealand. One shearing firm said it had given up a quarter of its work because it had been unable to bring in foreign staff.
Social workers are bracing for a surge in referrals of vulnerable children when schools re-open again as abuse and neglect suffered by youngsters in their homes goes unnoticed during the coronavirus pandemic.
Prof Neil Ferguson has quit as a government adviser on coronavirus after admitting an "error of judgement". Prof Ferguson, whose advice to the prime minister led to the UK lockdown, said he regretted "undermining" the messages on social distancing.
This paper aims to provide an overview of how the global outbreak of COVID-19 and the wider containment efforts is expected to impact upon the UK Labour Market; providing some of the practical challenges that ONS are likely to face.
Aims to provide an overview of how the global outbreak of COVID-19 and the wider containment efforts is expected to impact upon UK gross domestic product (GDP) in theory and provides some of the practical challenges that National Statistical Institutes are likely to face.
This article sets out our plans for data collection, compilation and publication of our various prices statistics following the implementation of social distancing policies and movement restrictions, brought into effect on 23 March 2020, as a result of the COVID19 pandemic.
The Queen's Speech recently announced the Planning and Levelling Up bill with claims that its plans will streamline the planning and environmental assessment process to make regeneration easier, whilst retaining local input and environmental protection. So what are the plans? Haven't we heard these claims before?