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.
Lockdown restrictions will be eased next Monday as part of the government road map to lifting all legal restrictions
One in five believe it will take over 6 months for revenue to bounce back to pre-pandemic levels
Last month, Boris Johnson stepped into the Downing Street press conference and promised a slow but irreversible move out of lockdown, noting he wouldn’t be “buccaneering with people’s lives”.
Working from home guidance will be scrapped and social distancing regulations will be abolished
Pubs, cinema, sporting events, theatres and nightclubs will remain closed until 19 July
FSB is calling on candidates to commit to a three-point plan dedicated to helping small businesses bounce back
This is coupled with £425 million top-up funding for the ongoing Additional Restrictions Grant scheme for councils to provide to businesses in need of urgent support
The Chancellor vowed to protect jobs but also announced an increase in tax on large company profits from 2023 in his Budget speech