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Rishi Sunak: Tier 2 firms eligible for cash grants

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Rishi Sunak: Tier 2 firms eligible for cash grants

Rishi Sunak: Tier 2 firms eligible for cash grants

Chancelllor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak announced that businesses in Tier 2areas will receive further financial support.

He told MPs: “First, I amintroducing a new grant scheme for businesses impacted by Tier 2 restrictions,even if they aren’t legally closed.


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