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U.K. | 23 Oct 2020 Reforms to the Job Support Scheme will Keep a Lid on Unemployment
The Chancellor's alterations to the Job Support Scheme--JSS--yesterday were substantial enough to reduce meaningfully the scale of job losses ahead.

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23 Oct 2020 Reforms to the Job Support Scheme will Keep a Lid on Unemployment

By Samuel Tombs

The Chancellor's alterations to the Job Support Scheme--JSS--yesterday were substantial enough to reduce meaningfully the scale of job losses ahead.

Posted: 22nd Oct 2020 in 'U.K.'

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