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Covid-19: NHS contact-tracing app to be trialled on the Isle of Wight

An NHS contact-tracing app is being trialled on the Isle of Wight, with council and healthcare workers among the first to use it.

UK joins Europe-led vaccine effort

The UK has pledged £388 million toward a European initiative to raise €7.5 billion [£6.6 billion] in funds for a Covid-19 vaccine.

Covid-19 impact will be worse than 2008 recession, Driver Require report says

Specialist driver recruitment agency Driver Require has released an in-depth analysis on how the Covid-19 pandemic will affect the economy, speculating that a U-shaped global recession is the most likely outcome, and it may take until 2025 for GDP to return to pre-pandemic levels.

Leaders Council reports on Raab's Middle East mission

Dominic Raab will visit Saudi Arabia for the first time in his capacity as foreign secretary, the Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland reports.

UK-EU trade negotiations begin in Brussels

Negotiations over a future UK-EU trade deal begin on Monday afternoon, as chief UK negotiator David Frost and his team head to Brussels.

Kilby Jones stress the need to adapt as UK’s immigration rules set to change

In the Conservative Party manifesto for December’s general election, six key “guarantees” were included on the very first page. Among these was a pledge to introduce an Australian-style points system after the UK leaves the EU and ends freedom of movement, a pledge which has been repeated consistently by Boris Johnson.

Leith Planning reflect CBI sentiment as Johnson prepares for Brussels trade talks

A Confederation of British Industry [CBI] report released this week echoed town planning consultancy Leith Planning’s appeal for reduced red tape and bureaucracy, as Boris Johnson and his team prepare to head to the negotiating table with the EU over a future trade deal.

Leaders Council reports on David Frost's comments in Brussels

Boris Johnson’s chief negotiator in EU trade talks, David Frost, has said that the UK “must have the ability to set laws that suit us” during a speech at a Brussels university, the Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland reports.

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