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Hot Off The Wires - 30 March 2020


  • Unemployment in Britain is set to more than double in coming months, despite government efforts to incentivise employers to keep staff.

  • Britain must remain in full lockdown until June if it is to avoid the worst effects of the coronavirus, the government’s leading epidemiology adviser warned last night.

  • Airports will collapse within weeks without emergency funding for the firms that supply baggage handlers and refuel planes, the Government has been warned.

  • Marmite and Dove soap maker Unilever is facing allegations that it underpaid hundreds of millions of pounds in tax.

  • Virgin Money, the challenger bank founded Sir Richard Branson, is reviewing plans to close branches as lenders focus on coronavirus turmoil.



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