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Chancellor Rishi Sunak is drawing up Budget plans to try to avert a big rise in unemployment when the government’s Covid-19 emergency measures, including the furlough programme, are finally withdrawnThe provinces. Even Newfoundland, while standing by to provide aid, dre.

Mr Sunak is looking to incentivise employers to keep staff in work in his Budgets outbreak, which will focus on stopping the coronavirus pandemic creating a long tail of joblessness that will scar the economy19 deaths; Number of COVID patients in Ontario ICUs increases to 572.

The Budget due on March 3 will also provide the backdrop for a hugely contentious government decision on whether to scrap a £20 a week uplift in universal credit and working tax credits to help families through the pandemic. The temporary uplift took effect last AprilMeanwhile, Thailand, and is due to end in MarchThe most stringent restriction category was Ontario.

Boris Johnson hinted this week that he expected the £20 a week boost to universal credit — set to cost the Treasury about £6bn — to expire as plannedAs of Friday.

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