Conservative voters are now actually more likely to cite the economy than health as one of the major issues assailing the country
Under lockdown most Brits have made use of their daily outdoor exercise allowance, but what effect has this had on the market for home gym gear and clothing, and will Britons return to their gyms after lockdown ends?
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented economic upheaval, but most British workers feel their employers have treated them during this difficult time – although some sectors show far higher satisfaction levels than others
Takeaways and retail therapy are not off the menu for many Brits, despite very real concerns for staff safety
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced brands to adapt many facets of their businesses, from HR policies and staffing to supply chains and logistics. It has also influenced a shift in how companies are communicating with their audiences – and some are doing so more successfully than others.
Around four in ten British workers are still unable to work from home at all
YouGov Plan and Track data shows Britons are less likely to be buying clothes, but there could be a gap in the market for fashion subscription services
The UK has been closed for business to slow the spread of COVID-19, with cafes, restaurants and pubs shut and residents only allowed outside for essential activity.
Despite working extra hours and experiencing high and rising levels of anxiety, the vast majority say they won’t quit the NHS after the outbreak ends
Three quarters of NHS staff fear for their own health and most are also worried about infecting those they live with, prompting 34% to change their housing arrangements