We have all seen the empty supermarket shelves and the promises that the UK’s food supply chain will be able to cope.
A group of MPs has written to the government urging clarity on which employees should and shouldn’t keep on going to work – saying that non-essential workers were being put at risk by some employers.
Downing Street has insisted the Government is doing everything it can to secure new ventilators for the NHS ‘in the coming weeks’
There’s confusion on building sites across the country. The Scottish government has ordered all but critical construction work to stop, to fight the spread of coronavirus.
Boris Johnson has told those places where we gather to drink, eat or exercise to shut down indefinitely.
Andrew Bailey, Governor of Bank of England
Supermarkets ration key items as the supply chain tries to respond to coronavirus
The impact of the coronavirus social distancing measures are already hitting firms hard – from pubs and restaurants to travel and entertainment.
There has been another day of markets plunging across the globe as central banks battle to deal with the fallout from the pandemic.
Stock markets have rebounded slightly today after London and New York experienced their biggest one-day decline since 1987 yesterday.
Yesterday the Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a multi-billion pound package of measures aimed at limiting the damage coronavirus is doing to Britain’s businesses.
Stock markets across the world went into meltdown today in the wake of Donald Trump’s announcement
Airlines are struggling to cope with mass cancellations as the virus outbreaks lead to plummeting demand for international flights.
Business and Global Trade Correspondent Paul McNamara explains the Health Secretary’s comments about supermarkets and stockpiling which have been challenged.
One of the industries that’s been suffering most during this crisis is the airline industry, and one the most beleaguered airlines is FlyBe.