The retailer is expected to appoint advisers as the coronavirus heaps more pressure on the High Street.
The owner of the centre will now cover costs for the NHS Nightingale Hospital.
Government will tell social media firms to take down posts more quickly after attacks on masts.
Horticulturalist Ben Cross is working with supermarkets to donate flowers to NHS workers.
Thousands of people who started new jobs are not eligible for the government's 80% wage grant.
Services providing supplies of food, medical equipment and other imported goods could be at risk.
Pilots and cabin crew say the airline was slow to take action to protect them from the coronavirus.
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Owners of small businesses tell the BBC they still have concerns about the government’s loan scheme.
Sites at Lackenby and Darlington are not affected and no job losses are planned.
The clothing retailer cancels new orders and tells firms they can pick up their stock.
Record falls in manufacturing and services activity point to recession, says a closely watched survey.
The department store chain says it is 'making contingency plans' amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
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American employers shed 701,000 jobs in March amid expectations there is worse to come.
The supermarket has been limiting how many popular items customers can have because of stockpiling.
The company said its chief operating officer and other employees had fabricated financial information.
Millions unable to do their job due to coronavirus will have their wages paid by a new scheme.
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The latest smartphones might be delayed due to disrupted supply chains and shoppers staying at home.
Trading standards officers say old-fashioned doorstep crime is rising as virus concern is exploited.
The impact of the virus on the UK economy has been analysed by the UK's official number crunchers.
A £167m fund will cover the losses of bus companies to keep essential services running for key workers.
Firms have made more than 130,000 loan enquires, but fewer than 1,000 had been approved.