Planning for Covid-19 resurgences and local lockdowns

3 September 2020

The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) says the UK will now be living and working “alongside the Covid-19 virus as it spreads, subsides and then ‘spikes’ again in unexpected ways among populations, communities and workforces”.

Chancellor says the recovery is all about jobs

3 September 2020

The Prime Minister recently said that the way out of the coronavirus crisis was to “Build, build, build”. Now Chancellor Rishi Sunak has made it clear that the Treasury sees the way ahead has being defined by keeping as many people as possible in work.

Lockdown pupils are three months behind

2 September 2020

Teachers estimate that their pupils are three months behind in their learning, according to a new report by the National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER).

Restart of the UK in Japan campaign

2 September 2020

The British Embassy, British Consulate-General and the British Council, in partnership with principal partners Jaguar Land Rover and Standard Chartered Bank, have announced the resumption of the UK in Japan campaign.

Important changes to London buses as schools reopen

2 September 2020

Transport for London (TfL) has reminded Londoners of important changes being made to the bus network that will make it easier for children, young people and teachers to travel safely on public transport as schools reopen.

Pandemic leaves workers considering a career change

2 September 2020

Despite the prospect of the next few months seeing increases in unemployment reaching levels not seen since the 1980s, the impact of Covid-19 seems to have left many people who still have a job thinking about a change of scene.