Plan B Restrictions to End in England

Plan B restrictions

Plan B Restrictions to end in England On 19 January, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the end of Plan B restrictions in England. The Prime Minister told MPs that scientists believed the omicron variant had peaked nationally and that the government has been looking to reintroduce plan A.  The New Rules From 27 January the… Continue reading

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Sick Pay for Unvaccinated Employees

Unvaccinated

Sick Pay for Unvaccinated Employees As coronavirus restrictions begin to ease for those who are vaccinated, some employers are beginning to look at sick pay for individuals currently unvaccinated. Self-isolation guidance has been eased for those who have received their vaccination recently, however, there was no change for those unvaccinated people that come in to… Continue reading

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Covid-19 Restrictions Update

Covid Restrictions

Covid-19 Restrictions Update The Government has started the New Year with a review of the current situation regarding Covid-19 and the restrictions in place. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced on Tuesday (4th January) that the government intends to continue with the current restriction in place across the UK. Current Restrictions within UK nations These… Continue reading

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Plan B: What has the Government Introduced?

Plan B

Plan B: What has the Government Introduced? On Wednesday 8th December 2021, the Prime minister announced the Government were introducing Plan B to help reduce the impact of the Omicron variant. What rules are already in place? Pupils at secondary school are being strongly advised to wear face coverings in all communal areas with this… Continue reading

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Autumn Budget 2021

Autumn Budget

Autumn Budget 2021 The Chancellor of the Exchequer announced the contents of the 2021 autumn budget in the House of Commons on the 27th October 2021. The budget set out the government’s plan for taxation and spending for the upcoming year. Rishi Sunak said the plans were focused on a “post-Covid era” and would pave… Continue reading

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