UK small businesses are increasingly confident in their ability to grow and power the economic recovery, although many still have fears about the ongoing impact of Covid restrictions.
Universities, employers, and local leaders will be working together to create thousands of local jobs as the recovery from the pandemic gathers pace.
Students and staff from Sheffield Hallam University are volunteering to provide Covid-19 testing for spectators at the World Snooker Championship to support the safe return of mass gatherings as lockdown restrictions are eased.
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Most areas of the UK saw a ‘concerted and well-coordinated’ effort from local government to support communities and businesses during Covid-19 but recovery plans are being hampered by a lack of direction from central government, according to a new report.
A year on from being one of the first teams nationally to publish sequenced genomes of the Covid-19 virus, researchers at the University of Sheffield have released new findings which could shed light on why the UK variant is more infectious.
Responding to the news that phase 2 of the roadmap out of lockdown for England will go ahead on April 12, Claire Walker, Co-Executive Director of the BCC, said:
The British Chambers of Commerce, in partnership with moneycorp, surveyed more than 1,000 UK firms to understand the impact of both Covid-19 and Brexit on UK businesses.