Fri. Oct 22nd, 2021

Experts think that many countries, including the UK and the US, are facing one of the worst recessions seen on record because of the coronavirus pandemic.

BBC Business reporter Lora Jones explains what exactly the term means, and what it could mean for you.

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5 thoughts on “Coronavirus: What is a recession? – BBC News”
  1. Photogenic graduate selected, celebrity hairstylist, red designer dress purchased to go with grey background and cue patronising infomercial explaining economic theory to adults as you might to a primary school audience. This is where are licence fee goes in the propaganda factory for the idiocracy age.

  2. It didn’t start in 2007 it started when the banks claimed poverty and gave themselfs million pound bonuses and early retirement to another country after some how eledgedly loosing billions of pounds and then got the public to foot the bill,this isn’t unpresidented it was and is bought on by the government and has already been swept under the carpet so that no one is holding them accountable for failing to prepair a contingency for this very scenario despite being repeatedly warned about it years ago

  3. Stop the masks and social distance and fear porn – and everything will return to normal – simple – what a ridiculous obvious hoax this plandemic is

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