Hancock wants sector to put domestic need to end lockdown above export drives as day-on-day test numbers drop
“I know I can count on everyone to exemplify those values as we help the government navigate the country through this emergency”
“The world quite literally has changed and I think you have to adapt,” Simon Fraser says.
MPs and campaigners say department will not be trusted after report said the department had shown decades of "ignorance and thoughtlessness" on race.
Employers will not be required to report gender pay gaps for 2018-19, though the government Equalities Office will still offer support to any companies wishing to submit data
Business and employee support schemes open for business this week
Downing Street strengthens messaging as Boris Johnson closes shops and tells people to stay at home
Online drive blamed for tens of thousands of potentially bogus requests, says National Audit Office
Critics say government is failing to provide clear guidance to public on social distancing as PM threatens lockdown
Current operators will run services under new ‘emergency measures agreements’
Former communities secretary fears private sector roles for Brexit negotiators will be major issue
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First refusals on eligibility grounds announced, but some applications were “under consideration for several months”