Keeping you up to date
We will be publishing information about our courses and any upcoming trade shows when the current situation has changed.
Meanwhile, here is the latest from the BBC.
- Coronavirus: Indoor visits and overnight stays to be allowed in Scotland July 9, 2020First Minister Nicola Sturgeon confirms the move to "phase three" of her government's route map out of lockdown.
- All Welsh pupils 'back in school full-time' in September July 9, 2020Wales' education minister says pupils will not have to socially distance with their peers in class.
- Coronavirus: Taxes will rise to pay for virus, IFS think tank warns July 9, 2020The chancellor's huge economic support schemes will have to be paid for via higher taxes, the IFS says.
- England v Ireland: Hosts call up nine uncapped players July 9, 2020England name nine uncapped players in a 24-man training group for the three-match ODI series against Ireland.
- Tax boss questions value of Rishi Sunak's job bonus and meal discount plans July 9, 2020Chancellor Rishi Sunak rejected fears job retention bonus and meal discount are not value for taxpayers.
- Coronavirus: Frank Ludlow admits selling fake cures to the US July 9, 2020Frank Ludlow was caught in a post office sending dozens of bogus remedies to the United States.
- John Lewis and Boots to cut 5,300 jobs and shut shops July 9, 2020A day after the chancellor unveils a plan to save jobs, two of the UK's biggest retailers announce cuts.
- TV licences: BBC to go ahead with over-75s licence fee changes July 9, 2020More than three million households will be asked to start paying the £157.50 fee from 1 August.
- Coronavirus: Asymptomatic testing for taxi drivers and cleaners July 9, 2020A pilot in England will test people without symptoms working in 'high-contact' jobs.
- Is rum about to become the new gin? July 9, 2020As a small but growing number of new rum distilleries open, is the spirit set to see a sales boom?