Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pleaded businesses to not fire staff due to the coronavirus outbreak, revealing that significant help is on the way in the next 24 hours. With people being urged to isolate themselves indoors and to avoid pubs, restaurants and cinemas, less money is being spent which of course is having a dramatic impact on businesses and their profits. But the UK PM has advised that the Chancellor Rishi Sunak will be announcing a new package of support for workers and businesses later today, reported The Sun. Read on myGrapevine Employee denied remote working amid coronavirus crisis During the briefing, the PM said: “I want businesses to stick by employees as we're going to stick by them. We're going to really make sure to look after the people who suffer economic...
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