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The minimum wage increases

From now on, employers must pay at least £ 8.72 per hour of wor

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According to experts, the real standard of living in the UK is currently at least £ 10.75 an hour in London and £ 9.30 in the rest of the country.

Meanwhile, the government plans to push the country’s minimum hourly wage to the £ 10 mark in 2024. At best.

The minimum wage in the country is increased every year on April 1.

From now on, employers must pay at least £ 8.72 per hour of work.

The minimum wage increased by 51 pence or 6.2 percent.

This rate applies to employees over the age of 25, but salaries will also increase for other groups of employees.

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What awaits the British economy?

The UK may need to borrow as much as 1/4 of that is 25% of the raised budget

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(UK) banks have announced they have committed £ 2.8bn to businesses during the coronavirus epidemic. (UK) banks have announced £ 2.8bn for business during the coronavirus epidemic, but budget deficits could still be around £ 200-600bn

The UK may need to borrow as much as 1/4 of that is 25% of the raised budget

The coronavirus epidemic is expected to have a particularly severe impact on the country’s public sector, taxes are likely to increase.  According to the study, the UK may need to borrow £ 500bn. Last year, the deficit was £ 48.70 billion

 

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Meet student people near you during quarantine. Is it safe?

Meet student people during quarantine may sound not the best option, but younger people nowadays loves to communicate and searching the ways how to do that. The social app ZINGR is one of the best apps which can help.

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Meet student people near you during quarantine. Is it safe?

The coronavirus has isolated people from each othe. But people are searching the ways how to communicate during quarantine. Most of students are waiting the end of quarantine to continue studies. But what are they doing durint quarantine?

Meet student people near you during quarantine. Is it safe?

Meet student people during quarantine may sound not the best option, but younger people nowadays loves to communicate and searching the ways how to do that. The social app ZINGR is one of the best apps which can help. During the quarantine people must not be in the group, communicate only with couple of people. The people nearby app ZINGR helps you to find people near you, chat with them, stay social and communicate online. You can share any content with people near you, thousands of people will see your posts but it doesnt mean you should meet them all. Keep distance, wait until the end of quarantine, stay safe and meet people near you its recommendet only after the end of quarantine. Wash your hands, keep distance, chat online with people near you on ZINGR social app. Soon you will be able to meet students near you.

 

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The UK government can raise taxes

The government will be forced to borrow £ 63 billion, or £ 23 billion more, in the next financial year than projected in the latest government report.

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The UK Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has warned that the country’s new Treasury Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, will have to choose between raising taxes or breaking government borrowing rules when presenting this year’s budget.

Borrowing £ 63 billion

The government will be forced to borrow £ 63 billion, or £ 23 billion more, in the next financial year than projected in the latest government report.

IFS is proposing to increase budget revenue by alternative means, including lifting the fuel tax freeze, which would add £ 4 billion to government revenue, with the approval of the national parliament alone.

The new budget will announce the tax and spending plans that the government intends to collect for the coming financial year,

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