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Sunak outlines help for workers and businesses at presser

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Sunak outlines help for workers and businesses at presser

Sunak outlines help for workers and businesses at presser

Rishi Sunak has outlined new financial support for workers and businesses at a Downing Street press conference.

The chancellor also warned "for at least the next six months the virus and restrictions are going to be a fact of our lives".

Report by Blairm.

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