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EasyJet's initial schedule will involve mainly domestic flights in Britain and France, with more routes to be announced
Investors park their cash in bonds, which are in keen demand as the coronavirus pandemic sends the global economy into a dizzying downturn
British unemployment claims surge by a record 856,000 to a total of 2.1 million people in April 2020
Ronan Hughes faces extradition to Britain over a human smuggling case that saw 39 Vietnamese migrants discovered dead in a truck
Britain's gross domestic product contracts 2% in the 1st quarter of 2020, with the economy 'in freefall'
A British government scheme which allows employees to receive 80% of their monthly pay during the coronavirus crisis is extended for 4 months
Operators of United Kingdom airlines and airports express alarm over the British government's plan to impose a 14-day quarantine on inbound travelers
Heathrow CEO John Holland-Kaye calls on the British government to 'urgently lay out a roadmap for how they will reopen borders once the disease has been beaten'
The EU side accuses Britain of focusing only on issues dear to them and ignoring those essential for EU members, such as fishing, or on agreeing on minimum standards for health and the environment
The pair receives a standing ovation at the end of their high-energy performance
Telefonica chief executive Jose Maria Alvarez-Pallete says the merger would create 'the leading operator in the United Kingdom' that would be 'a game-changer' in the British telecoms sector
Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey says the government's soon-to-be-announced decision on lockdown restrictions 'will shape the path by which the economy is brought back into action'
The updated statistics, showing 32,313 total deaths by around April 24, means Britain has probably had the highest official death numbers in Europe for days
New registrations for cars sold in Britain collapse to 4,321 in April 2020, the worst performance since February 1946 or just after World War II
The coronavirus forces Britain to change plans in celebrating VE Day on May 8 to mark the day the Nazis surrendered, bringing an end to World War II in Europe
This new plan is the latest in a series of multibillion-pound packages to help those affected by the coronavirus outbreak in Britain
'It seems that we are experiencing an economic contraction that is faster and deeper than anything we have seen in the past century, or possibly several centuries,' says economist Gertjan Vlieghe
The monarch is said to be marking the occasion with her 98-year-old husband, Prince Philip, at Windsor Castle, west of London
A charter plane carrying 180 Romanian agricultural workers arrives in Britain at a time when the coronavirus pandemic has forced a lockdown and boosted demand for food
The leaders of the world's most advanced economies are looking for a way to end the economic paralysis
British airline EasyJet says it is also looking at various disinfection programs to protect passengers from the coronavirus
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, work will begin on a high-speed railway that will link London with major cities in central and northern England
(UPDATED) The Office for Budget Responsibility warns that the impact of the coronavirus pandemic would be a bigger shock to the United Kingdom economy than the 2008 financial crisis
One charity chief warns that older people are being 'abandoned,' with the official UK health ministry toll, which currently stands at 11,329, only including deaths in hospital
Confinement measures have been in place since March 20 in Britain, where 11,329 people hospitalized with coronavirus have now died
Britain continues to be hit hard, recording more than 900 daily COVID-19 deaths on Saturday for the second consecutive day
Northern Ireland man Maurice Robinson, 25, has already pleaded guilty to conspiracy to assist unlawful immigration and acquiring criminal property
The newly hired Tesco workers include drivers helping to meet soaring demand for home deliveries
The Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers calls for financial aid 'to avert a larger crisis in the industry'
Here are some of the key questions about who is now running Britain during this crisis
They have delayed releasing full details about it because of the coronavirus pandemic and will make an announcement 'when the time is right'
British retailer Debenhams says it will file for bankruptcy and appoint administrators FRP to run the company
'This may be the most brutal environment for oil and gas businesses in decades, but I am confident that we will come through it,' says BP CEO Bernard Looney
(UPDATED) Britain has so far carried out a total of 153,000 tests compared to Germany which is testing 70,000 people a day
Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds Banking Group, Royal Bank of Scotland, Santander, and Standard Chartered all say they will scrap dividends until the end of 2020
Total grocery sales in Britain rocket by a record 20.6% to a new high of £10.8 billion ($13.4 billion) in the 4 weeks to March 22
The Horticultural Trades Association is asking the British government for financial aid of up to £250 million ($309 million) to avoid collapse
Carluccio's, which has 71 restaurants around Britain, collapses into administration
But EasyJet 'will continue to work with government bodies to operate additional rescue flights as requested'
'We know things will get worse before they get better,' says Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who himself tested positive for the coronavirus disease or COVID-19
Fitch Ratings estimates the British economy could contract by 4% in 2020
(UPDATED) The government says a total of 14,579 cases have so far been confirmed in Britain, while the number of deaths has risen by almost 200 to 759
S&P says a 2% recession for Britain and the eurozone would amount to a loss in real GDP of about 420 billion euros ($460 billion) in 2020
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says people must stay inside except to buy essentials and take daily exercise, but there are questions about how the new rules will be enforced
'People should stay at home, protect our NHS and save lives,' says United Kingdom communities secretary Robert Jenrick
British companies making cleaning and hygiene products are having to work round the clock to meet enormous increases in demand
'The spread of COVID-19 and the measures being taken to contain the virus will result in an economic shock that could be sharp and large, but should be temporary,' says the Bank of England
As Britons are asked to stay at home to stop the spread of the coronavirus, pubs and restaurants appeal for government aid
Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the United States 'resolve to coordinate measures...to achieve strong growth in the G7 economies'
(UPDATED) Flybe, the biggest operator of United Kingdom domestic flights, collapses amid the novel coronavirus outbreak