Therese is encouraging local heritage organisations to apply for a share of the £92m Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage, that has been put in place by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.
A new Trade and Agriculture Commission has been set up by the Department for International Trade to provide expert advice to government – ensuring that UK trade policy upholds high standards and boosts opportunities for farmers.
Today, the Chancellor announced our plan for jobs – as he made an Economic Statement to Parliament - setting out measures to get the economy moving again as we enter the coronavirus recovery phase. This includes:
The Prime Minister this morning set out our ‘New Deal’, an ambitious economic strategy to rebuild Britain, putting jobs, skills and infrastructure investment at the heart of the economic recovery post-coronavirus.
Therese has this week written to the Planning Inspectorate opposing the suggestion that the Scottish Power Renewables applications for substations at Friston and associated cabling be heard only virtually.
The Prime Minister confirmed last night that non-essential retail shops will be able to reopen again on the 15th June. Our councils and businesses are already preparing for this including helping to manage, as much as possible, effective social distancing and queues.
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