What I take that article to be saying is that Tindall's company only has one employee: himself. And that he is taking advantage of the government scheme that was intended to keep people employed and earning income going during the Covid crisis so they can hopefully pay their bills and feed their children. If I am reading it right, I think Tindall should definitely be falling back on his personal stash to keep himself and his family in the style to which they have become accustomed. Most employees aren't able to do that, at least not for extended periods because they will quickly go through their "rainy day" savings, and it is those people that the government scheme was designed to help. When rich people take advantage of such schemes there is less available for those who really need it. His family also has Zara's resources available to it. Say no to these handouts, Mike!
Yep. We have a similar issue here in the US, where such down on their luck people like Kanye West, Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump and Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady have all received PPP loans (or companies they control have).