The First Minister of Wales Mark Drakeford confirms that Wales will not lift all COVID restrictions on June 21st, even if England does. Speaking on Good Morning Britain, Mr Drakeford voiced concern over the spread of new variants and suggested that some
The Welsh Government has confirmed groups of up to 30 people will be allowed to meet outside from Monday. In addition, three households will be allowed to form an extended bubble and large outdoor events can go ahead at limited capacity. The
There is growing concern about the Indian coronavirus variant which is sweeping across parts of Britain. Whilst it is not believed to be vaccine resistant, the new variant is understood to be around 50 percent more infectious than the currently dominant Kent strain.
IR35 tax changes were introduced in early April which impacted contractors and self-employed workers across the UK. Despite the arguably detrimental changes, self-employed prospects have improved recently and the industry is set to recover well over the coming months. New research from
The Department of Homeland Security warned of an increased threat of domestic terror for the spring and summer Friday as expiring coronavirus restrictions are expected to lead to larger public gatherings, which make appealing soft targets for attackers. “Violent extremists may seek
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) revised its guidance on masks, allowing states to ease or outright remove certain coronavirus restrictions. The CDC announced Thursday that it revised its mask guidance again, saying they are no longer required for fully
Robert Dingwall, Professor of Sociology and Director of IGBiS at the University of Nottingham and part of the Government’s New and Emerging Respiratory Virus Threats Advisory Group (NERVTAG), appeared on yesterday’s episode of BBC Newsnight. On Monday, coronavirus lockdown restrictions were eased