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New survey data shows the outlook for the UK's key financial services industry is "deteriorating" as Britain enters its fourth week of lockdown with no set end in sight The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) said on Tuesday that financial firms expect demand profitability and employment to decline sharply in the coming months UK emissions Analysis: Great Britain hits coal-free electricity record amid coronavirus lockdown Update 11 May 2020: The record coal-free stretch has now passed one month and counting Great Britain has run for a new record of 18 days six hours and 15 minutes without burning coal to generate electricity – and counting – as the coronavirus lockdown cuts demand by nearly 20%

Is Britain heading for a coronavirus lockdown amid

Britain's Foreign Office is yet to ban travel to coronavirus-hit countries – it only advises against all travel to Hubei the Chinese province at the heart of the global crisis and all but essential travel to mainland China and 10 towns locked down in the north of Italy

Tighter lockdown restrictions and social distancing measures in the US Hong Kong the Philippines and other countries are being reimposed The Academy of Medical Sciences has estimated up to 120 000 people here could die of Covid-19 this winter

Fears surrounding coronavirus are causing British holidaymakers to abandon airlines in favour of cars according to new research A study by price comparison site CompareTheMarket found more than eight in 10 Brits are planning to swap two wings for four wheels to go on their summer holiday

Britain imposed a nationwide lockdown in March — closing schools and businesses and barring all but essential travel — and has been lifting it in stages since June Countries across Europe that were hit hard by the pandemic in the spring including Spain are seeing rising infection rates after lifting lockdowns

UK emissions Analysis: Great Britain hits coal-free electricity record amid coronavirus lockdown Update 11 May 2020: The record coal-free stretch has now passed one month and counting Great Britain has run for a new record of 18 days six hours and 15 minutes without burning coal to generate electricity – and counting – as the coronavirus lockdown cuts demand by nearly 20%