One in four UK firms set to sack staff if furlough support ends - research

Marian McHugh
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Business group calls on the government to extend financial support schemes beyond March and April

One in four UK firms expect to let staff go if the government stops its financial support in April, according to a survey by the British Chamber of Commerce (BCC). Chancellor of the Exchequer Ri...

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