A social club and co-working space exclusively for women has laid off almost all staff after its cash flow was wiped out by the coronavirus pandemic.
False claims, spread by social media groups and celebrities are prompting people to attack those maintaining vital communication networks.
Alongside other retailers, the UK government has asked Amazon to help fast-track the testing process for the general population.
Business secretary Alok Sharma announced the latest measures at the government’s daily coronavirus media briefing.
OneWeb issued a statement on Saturday morning saying it was filing for bankruptcy protection in the US.
Millions of freelance, contractor and self-employed workers in Britain aren't cover by the Treasury's current anti-virus packages — and they need help.
EasyJet is to press forward with a £174m payout to shareholders — despite appealing to the UK government for taxpayer help.
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Gatwick Airport will cut jobs and close runways as part of “divisive action” to cut costs amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Shady criminals are using the demand for coronavirus protective equipment to sell potentially fake products on websites usually used to sell illegal drugs.
The UK government will be told by Virgin Atlantic bosses that the airline industry needs government aid worth up to £7.5bn
The ban will begin at midnight on Monday (0400 GMT), although American citizens will still be able to fly back.
Retailers want customers to stop panic buying, and have issued a letter aiming to calling on them to help each other out.
SLC is holding on to over £28m in loan over-payments — and you might be just a phone call away from reclaiming a share.
Deliveroo has introduced a rider hardship fund and a ‘no contact drop-off service’ as concern grows about the coronavirus pandemic in the UK.
Bank confirms it has closed a call centre for deep cleaning after a worker there tested positive for coronavirus.
Virgin media apologised for the breach on Friday, which affected around 900,000 customers, and insisted that 'limited contact information' had been accessed.
The major boost for millions of people around the UK who rely on notes and coins will be announced by Rishi Sunak in next week’s Budget.