Home working and mask mandates could return under 'Plan B' to protect the NHS
The study, conducted by Agility in Mind, revealed only a third of UK business decision makers have heard about the scheme and what it entails
The long awaited ‘Freedom Day’ was set to signal the end of the Covid-19 pandemic with almost all remaining Covid restrictions lifted.
The strategy aims to boost recruitment in the hospitality industry, attract job seekers and extend pavement licenses for al fresco dining
Working from home guidance will be scrapped and social distancing regulations will be abolished
National Insurance contributions will increase by 1.25 per cent from April 2022
The Chancellor warns the young that working from home could harm their career
Last Monday saw ‘Freedom Day’ arriving in England, bringing with it a theoretical end to most restrictions on social contact. In reality, ‘Freedom Day’ was nothing of the sort.
The Prime Minister advised Britons to still “proceed with caution” as masks and social distancing will be scrapped as of next week
The government recently confirmed an extension to England’s lockdown, dashing the hopes of a return to normal as planned on 21 June.