PM Boris Johnson has arrived in Downing Street to resume full-time duties after a fortnight recovering from coronavirus. He will chair the morning meeting of the government's coronavirus "war cabinet" on Monday. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, who has been standing in for him during his absence, said he was "raring to go".
The chief executive of Airbus has reportedly issued a stark assessment of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the plane maker. In a letter to workers, Guillaume Faury is said to have warned the company was "bleeding cash at an unprecedented speed". This month the firm announced it was cutting aircraft production by a third. It comes as the aviation industry is expected to shrink significantly in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak.
Britain's largest steel manufacturer will need £500 million in Government support to weather the coronavirus crisis, according to an MP. Labour MP Stephen Kinnock, whose Port Talbot constituency includes the Tata Steel's main steelworks plant said the company requires Government support to survive the Covid-19 shutdown.
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