"It is great to see the Prime Minister back at Number 10 after his serious illness with Covid-19. The fact that such a fit and active man was put into intensive care by this disease puts into sharp relief the importance of the national effort to try and keep this Coronavirus at bay.
Support gathers for Newton Rigg College in Cumbria as all 6 Cumbrian MPs, Neil Hudson, Tim Farron, Mark Jenkinson, John Stevenson, Trudy Harrison and Simon Fell, stand united in firm support for its future.
Businesses across Penrith and The Border affected by the Coronavirus crisis will be able to claim up to £2,500 a month towards staff wages as part of the Government’s Job Retention Scheme, which went live on Monday 20th April 2020.
High Street firm owners across Penrith and The Border are beginning to receive £25,000 cash grants and will be exempt from business rates from today, Wednesday 1 April, as they begin to benefit from a £22 billion package.