Measures mean people from different households in Greater Manchester, parts of East Lancashire, West Yorkshire and Leicester cannot meet indoors
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Here’s a clip from BBC breakfast – via my northern colleague Josh Halliday – in which Matt Hancock appears to get it wrong on the rules about people in the north of England visiting other areas
Here’s the @BBCBreakfast interview in which Matt Hancock suggests households in affected areas can visit other non-affected households – contrary to government guidance which says this will be illegal. pic.twitter.com/NGGTO2mGhd
IAG, the owner of British Airways, is to raise €2.75bn (£2.49bn) to strengthen its balance sheet after reporting a record loss in the second quarter as the coronavirus pandemic continues to hammer the travel market.
IAG, which also owns Iberia and Aer Lingus, reported a record €1.36bn operating loss as passenger numbers fell by more than 98% in the second quarter. That compares with a profit of €960m for the same period last year.