Furloughed employees were a talking point this week, as some broker firms brought back staff due to a rise in market activity while changes to the government scheme were also expected.
Lenders continued to make changes to offerings amid the industry working to get back to a sense of normality and elsewhere, brokers were warned of scam emails from fraudsters posing as the Financial Conduct Authority.
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