Private rents in some of the UK’s biggest city centres have fallen by up to 12% in a year but have risen sharply in parts of northern England as some tenants swapped an urban life for the suburbs, smaller towns and villages.
A sharp fall in cash machine usage last year has prompted a warning that more ATMs could end up being closed or imposing fees.
James Bond film No Time To Die has been delayed again as Hollywood grapples with the continued disruption caused by the pandemic.
Everyone in England who tests positive for coronavirus could be given £500 to ensure they self-isolate under plans to stop hardship spreading the virus.
More than a third of shoppers have been blocked from paying with cash since the start of the Covid crisis, prompting calls for urgent action to protect the millions who rely on the UK’s “critically endangered” cash network.
The government is under mounting pressure from business leaders to provide more support to the economy before the budget in early March.
County court judgments (CCJs) against struggling borrowers have surged, leaving more vulnerable consumers at risk of being chased for debts as the UK prepares to lift its ban on repossessions.
Coronavirus is still putting the undulation effect on gambling industries such as online casino, landing casinos, profession sports gets postponed, and social distances shuts the gamers at home.
People who file their tax returns late won’t face a fine this year, as long as they can show that the delay was due to coronavirus.
Taxpayers may recover an extra £6 billion in repayments from emergency Covid-19 support loans if the government uses debt collection bodies to work closely with borrowers over several years, an industry report says.