COVID-19: Fans could be back in ‘significant numbers’ this summer with help of COVID certificates, says culture secretary

Football fans could be allowed to pack into stadiums in “significant numbers” this summer with the help of COVID certificates, the culture secretary has told Sky News. Oliver Dowden set out the government’s aim to “get as many people back

The suitor who could head-off Vocus IPO

“Vocus NZ looks like a perfect candidate for the New Zealand Stock Exchange,” says Castle Point Funds partner Richard Stubbs. Read More Broadband wars: Vocus relaunches Flip with $15 broadband plan Return to the office after lockdown? Vocus survey shocks

Israel’s second lockdown could last a while, Netanyahu says.

Israel’s second national lockdown is likely to last at least a month and perhaps much longer, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Tuesday, as the country’s soaring infection rate of around 8,000 confirmed new cases a day remained among the

Shoppers could pay more after no-deal Brexit

Shoppers will feel the impact of a no-deal Brexit at supermarket tills, the British Retail Consortium has warned. The BRC said tariffs would add £3.1bn a year to the cost of importing food and drink unless the UK and EU

Pandemic ‘could be over within two years’

The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) says he hopes the coronavirus pandemic will be over in under two years. Speaking in Geneva on Friday, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the Spanish flu of 1918 took two years to overcome.