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Boris Johnson to announce tougher Covid cuts as companies offer more support – BBC News


Fifteen days after the launch of a program to help British companies struggling during the pandemic, Chancellor Rishi Suna has been forced to increase it. It happened when the prime minister was ready to make a statement to parliamentarians, giving details of new coronavirus restrictions in England. It is believed that pubs and bars in the most affected areas are likely to close. In Scotland, some pubs and restaurants have been told to close for at least 16 days. Under the chancellor’s latest scheme, the government will pay two-thirds of the salaries of business people who have been ordered to close. The measures will take effect on 1 November in the UK and will run for six months. Jane Hill introduces BBC News Ten to consumer correspondent Sarah Corker, economics editor Faisal Islam and political correspondent Alex Forsyth. Please subscribe HERE .



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