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£23 million to support businesses affected by the COVID pandemic and adjusting to new export requirements.
Businesses in Wales have benefitted from more than £2 billion in UK Government-backed loans to protect and support jobs.
Businesses in Scotland benefitted from more than £3.4 billion of UK Government-backed loans to protect and support jobs across the country.
'Dear Accounting Officer' letters provide advice on accountability, regularity, propriety, value for money and annual accounting exercises.
Businesses in all regions and nations of the UK have benefitted from billions of pounds in government-backed loans, according to new figures released today, 18 January.
Letter in response to Scottish Government request for UK Government to use Covid-19 Response Fund.
Vital ferry links between the Isle of Wight and the mainland have been safeguarded with an additional £6.5 million of government support to ensure they can continue to run through the crisis, the Chief Secretary announced to…
The Chancellor of the Exchequer provided an update on the economy and comprehensive economic plan.
Expansion will help unlock over £800 million for communities across the UK
Businesses in the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors are to receive a one-off grant worth up to £9,000, the Chancellor has announced.
The ‘tampon tax’ has been abolished - with a zero rate of VAT applying to women’s sanitary products coming into effect today (1 January 2021).
New funding of £800 million is being guaranteed for the devolved administrations in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to support people, businesses and public services with the ongoing impact of Covid-19.
The UK Government guaranteed £400 million of new funding to support people, businesses and public services in Scotland with the ongoing impact of Covid-19
British businesses are getting more financing to help them expand and create new jobs thanks to government support, new figures show today.
John Taylor, Antony Jenkins and Tanya Castell have been appointed by The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, as external members of the Prudential Regulation Committee (PRC).
Keith Skeoch has been appointed by HM Treasury as chair of the independent review panel with responsibility to oversee and deliver two statutory reviews on the operation of ring-fencing legislation and proprietary trading.
Support for independent cinemas this Christmas reaches £16 million, as Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden announces grant awards for 201 cinemas across England from Penrith to Penzance
HM Treasury’s interim Net Zero Review - the first of its kind from a finance ministry – has been published today (17 December) to inform next steps in the UK’s transition to net zero by 2050.
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