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PM urged to deliver on his election pledge to help underperforming regions
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Government will pay up to 66% of wages of workers in hospitality venues forced to close
Unions vote for disputes or strike ballots as more face-to-face teaching suspended
Rates in northern England soar while London mayor warns of tipping point
Banks increasingly restrict bounceback loans to customers on their books before pandemic
UK prime minister contends with public anger and Tory rebellion over coronavirus strategy
Backlash over coronavirus restrictions gathers pace as new list of offences published
Experts question effectiveness of policy on its own as coronavirus cases rise around country