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Coronavirus: £1.9bn grocery stockpiling spree ahead of lockdown
UK shoppers spent an extra £1.9bn stockpiling groceries in the run-up to the coronavirus lockdown, according to figures for the industry.
Johnson & Johnson vows to make COVID-19 vaccine on 'not-for-profit' basis
The world's biggest pharmaceutical company is confident it has a COVID-19 vaccine and has told Sky News it wants to make it available on a not-for-profit basis.
Coronavirus: Stocks rally as China data shows return to growth in key sector
Global stock markets are making further tentative gains on hopes the economic disruption from the coronavirus pandemic will be weaker than some estimates fear.
Coronavirus: More than 90% of UK airliners grounded as travel demand plummets
More than 90% of passenger airliners in the UK have been grounded as demand for air travel has plummeted, Sky News can reveal.
Cheshire role to be split in shake-up of Whitehall board jobs
Several cabinet ministers are overhauling their departments' boards of directors under a programme authorised by Boris Johnson that may also see the government appointing an independent lead non-executive for the first time.
Coronavirus: Ministers fly in EY to weigh aviation bailouts
Ministers have flown in a leading accountancy firm to advise them on rescue requests from airlines and airport-owners that could cost taxpayers billions of pounds.
Coronavirus: 'Challenger' audit firm Grant Thornton slashes pay
One of the main challengers to the 'big four' audit firms has asked its 4,500 UK employees to volunteer for drastic pay cuts or face a substantial redundancy programme.
Coronavirus: British Airways temporarily suspends flights from Gatwick Airport
British Airways is suspending all its flights to and from Gatwick Airport amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus lockdown leaves third of 'ornamental growers' facing ruin
A major part of the UK's gardening industry could be destroyed by the coronavirus lockdown - with a third of "ornamental growers" facing ruin within weeks.
Coronavirus: Taxpayers forego £600m from RBS payout
UK taxpayers are to forfeit more than £600m from the cancellation of bank dividends as regulators instruct Britain's biggest lenders to conserve capital amid the coronavirus crisis.