Covid cash return | Primark to hand back £121m in furlough money

Primark to hand back £121m in furlough money

Since the coronavirus pandemic gripped the nation, the Government rolled out the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) – more commonly known as furlough – to help protect jobs within workplaces that were forced to close.

This furlough scheme has proven to be a lifeline for business – particularly in the hospitality, retail and tourism sectors as they have been able to keep staff on board thanks to the contribution.

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