The nation’s papers are dominated by the announcement of a £1.57 billion economic lifeline for Britain’s arts industry, which has been decimated by the coronavirus pandemic.
More than £100 million is to be invested in traineeships for young people in response to the coronavirus crisis, the Government has said.
A postal worker has spoken of a “frightening” dog attack he suffered as the Royal Mail launched a fresh appeal to reduce the number of incidents.
Private parking firms issued 24% more tickets in 2019/20 compared with the previous 12 months, according to new research.
Facebook and Google lack effective controls to prevent fraudsters from posting scam adverts, according to a Which? investigation.
Around a dozen universities could be at risk of insolvency without a Government bailout amid the Covid-19 crisis, a new analysis suggests.
More than 24,000 jobs have already been lost at high street retailers in administration in the first half of 2020 after the coronavirus lockdown sparked the collapse of a raft of well-known brands.
An exotic tree frog was discovered in a bunch of bananas by supermarket staff after making a 5,000-mile trip from Colombia to south Wales.
The Government’s immediate focus must be “jobs, jobs jobs” but debt must also be falling by 2024, former advisers to five Tory prime ministers and chancellors have warned.
Ofsted will begin visiting schools and colleges as they reopen in September to “reassure” parents about their child’s return to education.