Skip to main content

Economic impact of coronavirus

Inquiry

In the first stage of its economic impact of the coronavirus inquiry, the Committee issued a call for evidence on the speed, effectiveness and reach of the Government’s and Bank of England’s immediate financial responses to coronavirus. The Committee highlighted gaps in support to the Treasury.

In the second stage, the Committee examined the impact on the economy and different sectors, the implications for public finances, and how the Government can work towards a sustained recovery.

The next stage of the inquiry will deal with the coronavirus response as it continues to unfold but also with some of the long-term implications of the challenges and opportunities of the “new normal”. 

Read an interactive summary of the the key points of our interim report on gaps in support

Read an interactive summary of the key points of our second interim report on the challenges to recovery

Read an interactive summary of the key points of our third interim report on gaps in support and economic analysis

Read the call for evidence for more detail about the inquiry.

Upcoming events

View all events

No upcoming events scheduled

Contact us

Please note we are currently unable to respond to any letters received by post due to the public health advice to work from home. Also, please be aware that we receive a significant volume of emails. If you’ve asked for a reply, we will aim to respond as soon as we can. During parliamentary recesses it may take longer for staff to be in touch. We’re generally unable to help with individual cases or specific complaints.