LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's government is working on a recovery plan for the country's COVID-battered economy, a source said on Sunday, as ministers direct their attention to trying to restore growth for businesses hit hard by the pandemic. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and finance minister Rishi Sunak have broken with the traditional, pro-market instincts of their Conservative Party and are on course to spend 280 billion pounds of public money in the current financial year to support jobs and businesses. The government source said the finance ministry and cabinet office ...
British government working on Covid recovery plan for economy: Report
Britain's government is working on a recovery plan for the country's Covid-battered economy