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Covid-19: Mandatory face coverings in shops and quarantine exemptions among latest changes in Scotland

A number of changes now apply to Covid-19 lockdown rules in Scotland, which include face coverings becoming mandatory in shops and new exemptions to the UK quarantine law coming into play.

Scion Master exclusive, part 4: "Scientia potentia est"

In a series of interviews with The Parliamentary Review, educational consultancy Scion Mastery have discussed what they think are the biggest concerns facing the higher education sector. According to Director Inga Neaves, there is a “triple threat” of “Brexit, tightening budgets and unchecked expansion”, which she will cover in three separate pieces over the coming days.

Keep rolling on: Digimax founder Shaz Memon on a mission to change lives one water wheel at a time

Shaz Memon is the multi-award-winning entrepreneur behind Digimax and Digimax Dental, of which he is CEO and founder. A designer, marketer and business leader, Memon has been active in his industry for over twenty years, but he is also an up and coming philanthropist. Speaking to the Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland, Memon opens up about the story of Wells on Wheels, his own charitable foundation, which has been changing the lives of thousands across India.

Covid-19: Beauty salons, gyms and leisure facilities to reopen in July

The government has said that leisure facilities and beauty salons in England can reopen before the end of July.

Barnier: “Significant divergences” remain in UK-EU trade negotiations

Chief EU negotiator Michel Barnier has said that there are still “significant divergences” between the UK and EU in talks over a free-trade agreement.

Public spending on Covid-19 measures hits almost £190 billion, Treasury says

Figures released by the Treasury indicate that government spending on fighting the Covid-19 pandemic has reached almost £190 billion.

UK government nominates Liam Fox for WTO role

The UK government has named Conservative MP and former cabinet minister Liam Fox as its official nominee to lead the World Trade Organization.

Chancellor outlines economic plan to prevent mass unemployment

On Wednesday, chancellor Rishi Sunak put his plans to prevent mass unemployment before MPs in the House of Commons, including newly announced measures to keep furloughed workers employed and planned temporary cuts to VAT.

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