Covid-19

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A new £4 million funding stream for the independent museums sector to help bolster resilience following the coronavirus pandemic has been announced by culture secretary Fiona Hyslop. The Museums Resilience and Recovery Fund will provide support for Scotland’s museums and galleries and wi

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Retail sales in the UK increased by 13.9% in June, marking the second month of significant improvement in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the latest data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). 

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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced plans to extend the temporary measures put in place to help customers who hold insurance and premium finance products and who may be in financial difficulty because of coronavirus.

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Despite a total year-on-year decline in retail sales of 18.6% in June, Scotland's retail sector appears to be on a slow path to recovery, according to the latest KPMG and Scottish Retail Consortium (SRC) Scottish Retail Sales monitor. 

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Businesses across the UK are on average, operating at half of their pre-COVID-19 capacity on average despite lockdown measures easing, according to the latest British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) Coronavirus Impact Tracker. 

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The Royal Bank of Scotland has told the majority of its staff to work from home until at least next year. Around 50,000 of the lender's staff will continue to work from home as part of the bank's "cautious" approach to returning to work. 

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Alison Woods, partner and employment law specialist at CMS, discusses the importance of diversity in the workplace as the world emerges from the coronavirus lockdown.  As Scottish business faces one of the toughest-ever economic climates, employers may be questioning whether diversity and inclu

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