UK businesses cut more than 12,000 jobs in two days Labour urges more support to stem job losses UK economy hit by worst contraction in 41 years The government says its furlough scheme, currently paying 80% of the wages of more than nine million workers, has already stemmed job losses from a sharp economic decline […]
“Therefore, if the government does not urgently and effectively dispel the impression that it intends to do so, I shall have no choice but to withhold my support for this [UK Internal Market] bill. I am a strong supporter of this government and of Brexit and I am deeply saddened to have to say this,” […]
Alpesh Paleja, lead economist at the CBI, said: ‘The furlough scheme has proved effective at insulating workers and businesses in some of the worst-hit sectors during the pandemic, but these findings reinforce fears that many job losses have been delayed rather than avoided.’
It is the first time HMRC has spoken publicly about the level of potential fraud that could have been committed as part of the job retention scheme, which covered up to 80 per cent of an employee’s salary, up to £2,500 a month, while they were on furlough.
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After appointing City advisers in May, the chain is believed to be considering a range of restructuring options. These include a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) insolvency process, which would allow Pret to close unprofitable sites.
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There’s also a kitchen with all of the appliances you need for whipping up hearty meals after a day out, but if you prefer to eat out then there are plenty of tea shops and pubs in the nearby village (as well as some local shops selling everything from antiques to cheese!).