Hot Off The Wires - 14th June 2021
Ministers are weighing up a plan to block landlords from kicking pubs and restaurants out of their properties for failing to pay billions of pounds in rent during the pandemic.
Manufacturers are upgrading their growth forecasts as industry becomes more upbeat about its prospects for the remainder of the year.
The number of passengers travelling through UK airports fell by 223 million last year, an annual decline of 75%, as governments imposed travel bans and restrictions because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Northumberland Estates is considering a significant investment in Teesside’s freeport in a move that would give a boost to the government’s levelling-up agenda.
More than 50,000 homebuyers could be at risk of missing out on the stamp duty holiday tax break because of delays in the system, Zoopla reckons.
GB News has ramped up pressure on the BBC by sending a letter of complaint to ministers and regulators about alleged efforts to disrupt its launch as the right-leaning news network went live on Sunday night.
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