Ministers have been accused of “sitting on the sidelines” as corporations announce hundreds of job losses, because of the coronavirus pandemic.
In latest days 12,000 redundancies have been introduced, most of them in excessive road retail and aviation, sectors hit hardest by the lockdown.
SSP which owns the meals chains Higher Crust and Cafe Ritazza says it could lower 5,000 jobs due to the sharp fall in passenger numbers at railway stations and airports.
The aerospace big Airbus says it plans to chop 1,700 jobs within the UK as a part of plans to shut 15,000 posts globally.
The retailer John Lewis has stated at this time that a few of its shops won’t reopen after lockdown. Prime Store, Harrods and the shirt maker TM Lewin have additionally introduced job losses.
Boris Johnson has stated that whereas the danger to jobs is “very, very critical”, the Treasury has protected the livelihoods of 11 million folks.
Huw Edwards presents BBC Information at Ten reporting by Enterprise Editor Simon Jack, Sarah Corker and Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg.
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