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U.K. | 25 Sept 2020 The New Job Support Scheme Won't Work as Intended
We doubt that the new Job Support Scheme, announced by the Chancellor yesterday, will hold back the tide of redundancies over the coming months.

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25 Sept 2020 The New Job Support Scheme Won't Work as Intended

By Samuel Tombs

We doubt that the new Job Support Scheme, announced by the Chancellor yesterday, will hold back the tide of redundancies over the coming months.

Posted: 24th Sep 2020 in 'U.K.'

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