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The latest Coronavirus Business Impact Tracker from the British Chambers of Commerce has found that UK small firms are ready for a gradual reopening of the economy but they still need government support.

A new online system will allow small and medium-sized businesses to claim back Statutory Sick Pay payments they have made to their employees during the coronavirus pandemic.

A leading health and safety body has warned that a badly thought-out return to work could spell financial disaster for businesses.

A survey of over 500 pub owners conducted by the Forum of Private Business has found that nearly four in ten pubs say they are not confident of surviving a June lockdown.

Chancellor of the exchequer Rishi Sunak has announced that the Job Retention Scheme will be extended by four months.

The government has published guidance for employers to help them get their businesses back up and running while ensuring their workplaces are operating safely.

HMRC is writing to self-employed workers this week to explain how to apply for the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS).

The proportion of UK small businesses predicting growth has plummeted from 39% to just 14% in the past three months, according to new research.

A new survey has found that one in ten Brits have plans to start their own business because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has unveiled a 100% government-backed loan scheme aimed at the UK's smallest firms.