'Rethink end of furlough' | Sunak urged to reconsider as £500m 'employment fix' launches

Sunak urged to reconsider as £500m 'employment fix' launches

A new £500 million support scheme is set to help workers coming off furlough, as the Government bids to ward off an unemployment crisis.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak is set to unveil the new scheme at the Tory party conference in Manchester this Monday, October 4th, following the official end of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme last week.

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