After a rollercoaster year and a half, our economy is preparing to burst back to life.
Britain is on course for its strongest year of economic growth since the Second World War as households spend their lockdown savings and businesses step up investment, the Bank of England has said.
Since the arrival of Covid-19 in March of 2020, many aspects of our lives have changed, like wearing masks in shops and social distancing, and many of us are still adjusting to it. A big part of that adjustment is having to remain indoors and allow delivery to pick up the slack for our basic needs.
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A commission of 10 of the UK’s most powerful executives from firms including Tesco, Vodafone and Astra Zeneca has set out its plan for a post-pandemic economic recovery.
Office space provider IWG said enquiries bounced back to pre-Covid levels in the first quarter as it pushes ahead with its franchising strategy.
UK public sector borrowing reached £303.1bn in the year to March, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), the highest level since the end of World War Two.
Britain is set for its sharpest economic growth since 1988 this year as the easing of Covid-19 restrictions encourages consumers to start spending, according to a monthly survey of independent economists by the Treasury.
Holidaymakers arriving back in Britain will face queues of more than six hours after rules on international travel are relaxed from May 17, officials have warned.