As Britain Climbs Out of an Economic Pit, Tough Questions Loom
The government’s aid programs are winding down, and officials are so far resisting pressure to extend them. But what if the virus resurges?
The New York Times
Britain has been laid low by the coronavirus, easily the hardest hit of any European nation, both in public health and the economy. Now, as popular support programs wind down, the government faces tough choices about whether to extend the support.