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Chancellor: Impossible to predict how many jobs new support scheme will keep afloat

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Chancellor: Impossible to predict how many jobs new support scheme will keep afloat

Chancellor: Impossible to predict how many jobs new support scheme will keep afloat

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has said it is “impossible” to predict how many rolesthe jobs support scheme will support, while declining to say which roles hethinks have now become unviable.


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