Shops, hairdressers, gyms, and outdoor hospitality will open on Dec. Reopened April in England if strict Covid conditions are met – but sporting events and entertainment venues could stay closed until early summer

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Boris Johnson unveiled the UK’s road map for recovery Shops and businesses that are not absolutely necessary should Reopening April

The Prime Minister said a new four-step plan – subject to vaccination targets and new Covid variants – will ease the lockdown and could remove all social contact restrictions by Jan. June end

However, tens of thousands of workers could be unemployed with no vacation by early summer

As part of the plan, stores, hairdressers, libraries, gyms, and outdoor hospitality will begin on Nov. Reopened April in England if strict conditions are met

From this date on, up to six people from different households can meet in beer gardens

However, sporting events and live music can only be held on April 17th at the earliest May return

The unions said Monday’s announcement had the safety of workers by Aug. April will not be back to work, not reassured – if the vacation program is to come to an end

Johnson said the government will not “pull the carpet out” of people in need of support packages, but failed to provide an update on a possible expansion

TUC Secretary General Frances O’Grady said workers are facing a significant income gap – and with layoffs a threat from 30 April

“The Prime Minister’s plan is that some businesses won’t be able to reopen before the vacation ends,” he said

“This makes workers worry about their jobs and income – which in some cases can take months

“The government needs to stop shaking and procrastinating and extend the full vacation program for at least the remainder of 2021, and it urgently needs to provide self-employed support

“We need a plan to support the parts of the economy hardest hit by repeated lockdowns – such as the hospitality, retail, aviation and creative industries. Ministers cannot sit on the sidelines as companies go to the wall”

Think Tank The IPPR estimates that up to 9 million jobs could be at risk without extended business support

It warned nearly 600000 British firms that they could collapse this spring without urgently increasing government aid

Further research by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation estimates 45 million people – particularly in the hospitality and retail sectors – are still on vacation

Loan guarantees, business hour vacation rates, and vacation benefits all end on Jan. April

The Chancellor must remove the looming cliff for existing support programs by expanding them until the economy is fully open again

Carsten Jung, IPPR’s Senior Economist, said: “This is a moment of great danger for more than half a million UK employers as their cash reserves are dangerously low and their businesses get caught by a thread

“More businesses are already at risk than ever before at the start of the pandemic, and in the hardest-hit industries like hospitality and the arts, at least two in five employers are in the danger zone

A Treasury Department spokesman told Mirror Money that the Chancellor would be appointed on Jan. March to issue an update on the future of the system in the 2021 budget

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Jobs will be a major focus to “support businesses and families across the UK”

However, it declined to speculate on a possible extension or phasing out of the system

A Treasury Department spokesman said: “We invested more than £ 280 billion to protect millions of jobs and businesses during the pandemic – and extended our self-employment and vacation programs through April so people could be sure that aid was being provided becomes”Place

“In the upcoming budget we will outline the next stages of our plan for jobs in support of businesses and families across the UK

“That was our priority last year and will also be a priority in the coming year”

The job retention program was first announced by Chancellor Rishi Sunak in March 2020 for an initial period of three months – until the end of May 2020

The deadline has been postponed several times since then, including until October 2020 and then until December 2020

It was supposed to close in March 2021, but has been extended for another month until March 30th April 2021 extended after a third mandatory lockdown was introduced

The system allows part-time and full-time workers to apply for a government grant if they are unable to spend all of their working hours

Employees can receive 80% of their current salary for hours not worked, up to a maximum of 2£ 500 employers can top this up to 100% at their own discretion

Anyone can join the program, including parents who are unable to work due to school closings

However, it is primarily intended for those who are unable to operate due to unnecessary store and store closures

To qualify, you must be on April 11th Was on your employer’s payroll at 59:30 a.m. October 2020

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