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Pubs in England report high demand bookings from the 12 April opening date for beer gardens.
Confusion over building safety rules has left many people unable to move home without hard-to-obtain checks.
The move comes a day after the US agreed to suspend its tariffs on UK imports stemming from the dispute.
The owner of the Ellesmere Port plant says the halt is nothing to do with talks over its future.
Anyone travelling overseas from England from Monday will have to prove they are allowed to travel.
US employers added 379,000 jobs in February, the Labor Department said in its monthly jobs report.
IT workers and air travel assistants have also seen earnings fall in the pandemic, research shows.
Mike Ashley's group says the package would make it "nearly impossible" to take on ex-Debenhams stores.
The UK's largest mortgage lender, the Halifax, says the stamp duty holiday extension was welcome.
Economic growth last year languished at 2.3%, the country's poorest result in decades.
There are concerns about supplies of nickel - needed for lithium-ion batteries that power electric cars.
Movie theatres are welcoming back audiences on Friday hoping there is pent-up demand for a night out.
Where was the help for the environment, social care, renters, and to cover the future costs of Covid?
Tariffs on UK cheese and cashmere will also be lifted as the two countries try to resolve an old trade row.
The Competition and Markets Authority has launched an investigation into how Apple's app store is run.
The food delivery firm hopes to list its shares on the London Stock Exchange this year.
Big tax rises in the Budget are "screeching U-turns on Conservative policy", says the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak is accused of hitting the poorest hardest in his Budget plan to balance the books.
About 200,000 pensions may get top-ups averaging £13,500 after nearly two decades of shortfalls.
The gaming giant will invest in Singapore and Macau, where it is building a London-themed resort.