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You can receive different types of support depending on the extent to which you are experiencing reduced business activity due to coronavirus.
The Grant scheme was set up to enable businesses to access funding for new equipment, technology and professional services expertise.
The Government’s new legislation has created ‘easements’ to help local authorities prioritise care and support during the pandemic.
As well as Staying Alert, we’re also heading back to work with the restrictions on lockdown being eased to help the economy recover.
Charities are facing their biggest challenge in a lifetime: their shops are closed and events through which they raise funds are cancelled or postponed.
Kate Rowley, a solicitor in our Family department, discusses what it might mean for your divorce proceedings.
Figures from the Law Society reveal that the number of Britons seeking to write new wills has risen by at least 30% following the outbreak.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced some major changes to the Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
Much of the support announced by the UK Government for businesses has focused on smaller firms and the self-employed.
A holiday now seems a long way off. Plans have been delayed, flights and hotels cancelled as coronavirus affects almost every part of daily life.
The self-employed have been particularly hard hit by the coronavirus crisis – but Government support is now available.
The Government has announced a package of measures to help companies and their employees during the crisis.
The coronavirus pandemic is impacting on all of our daily lives, but it brings another level of uncertainty for couples splitting up.
The Government has announced that estate agents can re-open and other property professionals may also restart work.
Support for businesses battling through the coronavirus pandemic aimed to help thousands of businesses which could otherwise go under.
Employers will be facing a spike in sickness absence as the coronavirus epidemic continues.
The coronavirus pandemic has closed businesses across the world and put huge pressure on supply chains and the contracts which underpin them.
Businesses processing personal data need to keep protection of customer and employee data at the front of continuity planning as they tackle the coronavirus threat.
The Government took unprecedented steps on March 23rd to restrict people’s movements and place the UK in lockdown.
These new measures aim to provide a lifeline to employers at this crucial time.
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