BIM 20000 and what follow it fall short of a definite definition of "trading" that can be used in all circs, as far as I see.
Prospective client was eligible for SEISS 1-3 on grounds of his trading history in previous years and his "intention to trade" in 20-21.
His sector was hit extremely badly by the crisis and although he made his usual efforts to trade, he did not succeed in achieving any revenue whatsoever in 20-21.
He intends to trade in 21-22.
Do correspondents think that there is any possibility at all that he could be held NOT to have been "trading" in 20-21, and is therefore ineligible for round 4?
Never mind the perversity of it - focus on the wording. Thanks.