What is the Chancellor offering and where will the money go?
Images from around the globe, including the UK, amid the battle again COVID-19
If such systems are kept, they must demonstrate ‘societal good’ that people can understand and challenge, Elizabeth Denham said.
Rishi Sunak said that without ‘corrective action’ the national debt would rise indefinitely.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak unveiled his Budget in the House of Commons on Wednesday.
The £20-a-week rise in the benefit will remain in place for another six months, the Government has said.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak said he had to be ‘honest’ about the challenges facing the nation’s finances.
The Chancellor said the economy will recover to pre-pandemic levels by the middle of 2022.
Rishi Sunak has pledged to do ‘whatever it takes’ to help people and businesses through the coronavirus crisis.
New research adds to other studies showing that both the Pfizer/BioNTech and Oxford/AstraZeneca jabs have a dramatic effect on severe disease.
Michael O’Leary claimed there is ‘much more to be done’ to help the industry during the virus crisis.
The group said pre-tax profits tumbled to £6.5m in 2020 from £32.4m in 2019 after a year of ‘unequalled challenges’.
Shares in the UK-listed company dived on Wednesday morning as it plunged to a 268.5m dollar (£193m) loss.
The recruitment firm reported pre-tax profits plunging to £15.5m for 2020 from £144.2m in 2019.
Kirsty Williams said years 7, 8 and 9 would be allowed to meet their teachers in March with a focus on ‘wellbeing’.
The powersharing administration she helps lead has outlined its pathway to recovery but faced criticism for not attaching dates to it.