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U.K. | 14 Oct 2020 The Labour Market is in the Eye of the Storm, More Job Losses Loom
On balance, yesterday's labour market statistics were better than we had expected.

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14 Oct 2020 The Labour Market is in the Eye of the Storm, More Job Losses Loom

By Samuel Tombs

On balance, yesterday's labour market statistics were better than we had expected.

Posted: 13th Oct 2020 in 'U.K.'

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