Westminster News

OUR PLAN FOR JOBS

Today, the Chancellor will set out our Plan for Jobs, focusing in particular on support for young people, as we continue our economic recovery from coronavirus.

NEW DEAL FOR BRITAIN

The Prime Minister this morning set out our ‘New Deal’, an ambitious economic strategy to rebuild Britain across the UK, putting jobs, skills and infrastructure investment at the heart of our economic recovery post-coronavirus, and delivering on our manifesto pledges to level up the entire countr

PM'S UPDATE ON COVID AND LOCKDOWN

The Prime Minister has set out further changes to lockdown measures in England to enable people to see more of their friends and family, help businesses get back on their feet and get people back in their jobs.

PROTECTING JOBS, BUSINESSES & LIVELIHOODS

Our top priority has always been to support people, protect jobs and businesses through this crisis. The furlough and self-employment schemes have been a lifeline for millions of people and businesses.

EASING LOCKDOWN BURDENS

The Prime Minister has set out a carefully-designed package to ease the burdens of lockdown to keep the virus under control. Everyone must stay alert to control the virus and save lives.

COVID-19 TESTING LAUNCHED NATIONWIDE

From 9am today, the new NHS Test and Trace service launched across England - helping us to keep the virus under control while carefully and safely lifting the lockdown nationally.

RE-STARTING PARTS OF OUR ECONOMY, SAFELY

The Housing Secretary has announced a plan to restart the housing market in England, allowing anyone to move home safely while getting the vital construction industry running again.

ROADMAP FOR COVID-19 RESPONSE

The Prime Minister has set out the first sketch of a road map for reopening society. Further guidance will be published this afternoon.

We must stay alert. We must continue to control the virus and save lives.

"VITAL" ROAD IMPROVEMENTS MOVE CLOSER

A GOVERNMENT pledge to prioritise improvements to two major routes through East Sussex has been welcomed by the Conservative-run county council.