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The future of our town centres lies in experiences of culture, leisure and food rather than giant shopping centres.
Reopening could be hit by two blows: a second spike in infections, or the fear of a second spike in infections.
Worldwide, over 330 million people are employed in the tourism and travel sector, with 3.1 million of them in the UK. Now those jobs are at risk.
As benefit claims spike and payroll workers plummet, we still don’t know the full damage caused by the coronavirus lockdown.
An unequivocal message of support for Beijing has let the world know where the bank’s priorities lie.
The UK has faced a shifting investor landscape since the referendum. Now the pandemic is forcing the UK to review its foreign direct investment plan once again.
Because neither the UK or the EU have much to gain from a concession, a deal is unlikely.
The middle-aged and elderly are central to our social lives and our country's economic health.
The people, not the politicians, chose to lockdown and it will be the people who choose to end it.
The Brexiteers' dream may be merely delayed – but it could be washed away altogether.
The economic shocks to supply and demand are a bigger problem than higher government borrowing.