‘We need more help’: three firms on surviving the UK’s Covid-19 economy

Bosses recount how they adapted to the lockdowns which pitched the UK economy into its worst performance in 300 years

In 2020, the UK economy recorded the deepest economic contraction for 300 years, in 2020 but has avoided a double-dip recession during the second wave of Covid-19.

The Guardian spoke to three company bosses about how they have adapted during lockdown and the pressures they face amid tougher restrictions at the start of this year.

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