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Coronavirus: Firms 'won’t repay £36bn debt' from taxpayer loan schemes
British companies could be saddled with unsustainable taxpayer-guaranteed loans of up to £36bn as they try to survive the coronavirus pandemic, a report from a panel of business leaders will warn next week.
Coronavirus: Shopping centre giant Intu puts administrator on standby
Britain's biggest shopping centre-owner has put administrators on standby as it enters a crucial fortnight that will determine whether it emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic intact.
Coronavirus: Plan to lift Sunday trading rules to boost economy
Sunday trading restrictions could be suspended for a year under government plans to kick-start the UK's coronavirus-ravaged economy.
BA owner considers legal action against government quarantine plan – and Ryanair vows support
The chief executive of British Airways owner IAG says the company is considering legal action against the government's quarantine plans - and one of BA's biggest rivals says it would support him.
Coronavirus: Markets see signs of economic recovery after better-than-expected US jobs figures
The US unemployment rate fell to 13.3% in May, down from 14.7% the previous month, as 2.5 million jobs were added in a big surprise to the upside that was reflected on financial markets.
Coronavirus: Universal Studios Orlando reopens as Florida's theme parks begin their comeback
Spider-Man and Captain America were not the only ones wearing masks when Universal theme parks reopened in Florida for the first time since being shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: JLR Midlands plant to stay shut until August
One of Jaguar Land Rover's key British plants will remain closed until at least mid-August as the industry grapples with sluggish demand amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Coronavirus: Providence stages cash call for West End theatre giant Ambassador
The owner of some of the West End's most historic theatres is staging a £50m cash injection into the business amid uncertainty about the recovery prospects for Britain's entertainment industry after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Matalan hunts chairman after securing vital funding
Matalan, the fashion and homewares retailer, has kicked off a search for a new chairman as it secures vital funds to steer it through the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus lockdown pushes Victoria's Secret UK into administration
Hundreds of jobs are under threat after the UK arm of Victoria's Secret fell into administration.