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Local leaders have criticised the slow response from the Government and Public Health England (PHE) in sharing case and testing data in Leicester.. Read more from Radio News Hub

Boris Johnson has announced a spending spree and a new “opportunity guarantee” to help the economy cope with the “aftershock” of the coronavirus crisis.. Read more from Radio News Hub

The UK economy contracted by more than first thought between January and March as the coronavirus crisis saw activity tumble 2.2% in the joint largest fall since 1979, official figures have shown. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) had previously estimated a 2% drop in first-quarter GDP, but said the revision came after data now […]

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to announce a multi-billion pound “new deal” for infrastructure projects to help stimulate the nation’s recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. The programme will look to emulate former US president Franklin D Roosevelt’s 1933 New Deal, which helped America rebuild after the Great Depression.. Read more from Radio News Hub

This weekend could be the busiest of the year so far on England’s roads as coronavirus lockdown rules are eased, a new survey suggests. Some 31% of drivers – equivalent to 10.5 million – will be using a car for an overnight trip, the RAC poll indicated.. Read more from Radio News Hub

Drinkers in a town on the English and Welsh border will be able to return to the pub this weekend – but only at one end of the high street. In Saltney, which is partly in Flintshire, North Wales, and partly in Cheshire, England, just one of the town’s four pubs will be allowed to […]

Researchers looking to determine if an anti-malarial drug can prevent Covid-19 will continue with efforts to recruit 40,000 health workers for a global study. The effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine in the battle against coronavirus has been widely analysed, but studies were halted earlier this month.. Read more from Radio News Hub

Downing Street is being accused of making Cabinet Secretary Sir Mark Sedwill the “fall guy” for mistakes made in the handling of the Covid-19 crisis.. Read more from Radio News Hub

Coronavirus testing data will be discussed at a meeting between Leicester’s mayor and Government officials. Read more from Radio News Hub

While they can often be stressful, working environments are central to personal growth. Crucially, despite their frantic nature, it’s possible to find time to work on yourself.. Read more from Radio News Hub


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