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Chancellor accuses him of “playing with delays” as he promises billions more in financial aid – BBC News




The Rector has promised billions of extra kilos of aid to UK workers and businesses that even those who did not have to close have “deep economic uncertainty”. Rishi Sunak apparently accepted the outdated support of many businesses that support for those with earlier coronavirus restrictions had not gone far enough. Many companies have said the announcement came too late for fear of massive job losses. Level 2 companies complained that they were in a worse situation than in the highest risk areas they were told to close, with less support. Under the new fiscal rules, employers will be paid less to help part-time workers – and more workers will be able to receive government support. Employees will have to work at least 20% of their regular hours – just one day a week – to take home about three-quarters of their salary. Sophie Raworth presents at BBC News Ten political editor Laura Kuenssberg, economics editor Faisal Islam and Sarah Corker in Manchester. Please subscribe HERE .



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