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Postal workers say they are not being given adequate protection from coronavirus risk.
The retail giant intends to start testing a "small number" of frontline employees for Covid-19.
Easter egg sales are soaring online, while supermarkets are offering discounts ahead of the weekend.
Holidaymakers say they are struggling to get refunds on cancelled holidays due to the lockdown.
EU ministers reached the deal after long talks, pledging support for countries hit hard by coronavirus.
A BBC investigation has found online scams selling fake protective equipment and coronavirus tests.
Investors were in bullish mood despite record US job losses and continued coronavirus shutdowns.
A top economist says western economies can learn from Asia as they face a severe economic downturn.
Millions of jobs in Asia’s vital garment industry are at risk due to the coronavirus pandemic.
With pubs and bars closed to contain the spread of Covid-19, drinkers are turning elsewhere.
The group will cut production by 10 million barrels a day from May to combat a fall in demand.
Global economic growth will turn "sharply negative" this year due to the pandemic, the IMF warns.
Keeping the Brompton folding bike company in shape through the COVID-19 pandemic.
The shutdown of large swathes of the UK economy will mean a huge hit to GDP over the next quarter.
The Federal Reserve unveils more measures to shore up the economy as weekly jobless claims hit 6.6 million.
Part of their remuneration, which is worth millions of pounds, will in some cases go to charity.
The government is set to borrow billions of pounds from its emergency Bank of England overdraft.
NHS staff and other key workers can still book accommodation through a programme called Frontline Stays.
Research warns the coronavirus pandemic could put a further 8% of world's population in poverty.
Coronavirus-related travel restrictions have left a labour shortage as the picking season starts.

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