Millions of people are now calling the charity's national hotline seeking redundancy advice.
Three major online retailers have dropped Boohoo over allegations of low pay and unsafe conditions.
DHL Supply Chain will cut about 40% of its workforce at car plants in the Midlands and North West.
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New York regulators cited "significant compliance failures" at the German bank.
Plans to build a new factory next to the Ford plant in Bridgend are put on hold by firm Ineos.
Covid-19 tests are classed as a benefit, which means staff face a mounting tax bill, say critics.
The government is likely to announce a stamp duty holiday to help boost the property market.
Firms join others in saying they are not currently complying with government requests for user data.
France, Italy and Spain will be hit particularly hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, the EC says
The retailer said sales of bicycles leapt during lockdown, but sales of car parts saw big falls.
Reach, which also owns the Daily Express, says revenues have dropped 30% during the pandemic.
The move by the short-form video app comes after China imposed its new security law on the city.
Consumers spent 16.2% less in May compared to a year earlier as lockdown measures kept them at home.
Workers are missing out on furlough because of their employment terms, and many are on minimum wage.
The chancellor will announce £2bn of grants to fund energy-saving projects for homeowners in England.
HSBC customer Cesar Basanta has had to wait weeks to agree a £50,000 bounce back loan for his firm.
Plans to reopen hair salons without the wider beauty industry in Wales are described as "ridiculous".
Many of the independent businesses in a Birmingham suburb are not sure when they will open again.
As Beijing focuses on state-owned companies, workers at smaller firms are being hit hard by the pandemic.
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His wealth is now estimated to be $171bn (£137bn), having made billions during the pandemic.
Hong Kong police requests for user information are halted as Facebook assesses human rights issues.
London's Cass Business School will change its name over its links with a 17th Century proponent of slavery.