Self-employed people who chancellor Rishi Sunak’s bailout will NOT help


Rishi Sunak’s multi-billion-pound coronavirus bailout has left a whole lot of hundreds of self-employed staff ‘near a cliff edge’.
The Chancellor unveiled a scheme handing out money grants value as much as £2,500 a month, in a lift for taxi drivers, musicians, gig economic system staff and freelancers.
Many welcomed the transfer however some have reacted negatively, with roofers, administrators, driving instructors and health coaches saying it will not help them. 
In this picture made out there by British authorities as a result of no media allowed into 10 Downing Street due to the coronavirus pandemic, displaying Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak holding a digital press convention concerning the COVID-19 coronavirus, in 10 Downing Street, London at present

Roofer Ken Price stated he was involved people have been being made to attend till June for the rescue cost.
The 50-year-old Londoner, who additionally works throughout the South East, instructed MailOnline ‘Three months will be exhausting sufficient for people who’ve received cash behind them.
‘People who live week to week are going to be in bother. How many people are you aware that may sit at dwelling for 2 and a half months and never pay their payments?’ 
He added monetary survival throughout lockdown will rely on ‘the goodwill of collectors’.
‘It’s a wait and see job,’ he stated. ‘Obviously we’re in uncharted territory, nevertheless it appears to be like like it may be a matter of selecting between meals and payments.’ 
‘Come April, these payments simply will not be paid.’    
Driving teacher Rob Cooling echoed Price’s issues, saying that many self-employed people will battle if they’ve to attend till June for his or her cash. 
Pictured: Rob Cooling, 40, from Nottingham, who runs Apple Driving School, offering classes to pupils with particular wants. ‘I feel a number of driving instructors will really feel that they may have ridden it out for a month in the event that they have been going to get cash in April, but when it does not floor till the tip of June many will battle,’ he stated

His agency, Apple Driving School, offers classes to pupils with particular wants.
Mr Cooling, 40, from Nottingham, usually earns round £20,000 a yr after tax. 
But on Monday he was compelled to postpone all of his classes by at the least a month after the Prime Minister introduced a lockdown. 
Mr Cooling, who has run the varsity for 15 years, stated: ‘I really like my job and it was very unhappy to should cancel.
‘I feel a number of driving instructors will really feel that they may have ridden it out for a month in the event that they have been going to get cash in April, but when it does not floor till the tip of June many will battle.’   
Joe Nutkins earns £13,500 a yr via her canine coaching enterprise. And she has been supplied loans from previous shoppers who wish to help her through the outbreak. 
Joe Nutkins (pictured) earns £13,500 a yr via her canine coaching enterprise. And she has been supplied loans from previous shoppers who wish to help her through the outbreak

Her firm, Dog Training for Essex and Suffolk, is twelve years previous and has an annual turnover of round £28,000. 
But the 40-year-old now fears that if the cash doesn’t come quickly sufficient she will not be capable of pay the £700-a-month hire for her companies. 
Joe, who lives with husband Jon, 40, a police group assist officer, costs canine homeowners £140 to attend an 11-week pet course. 
Many pay a £45 deposit after which the total steadiness later. But for the reason that outbreak started older homeowners and others that dwell with susceptible people have dropped out. 
Her earnings this week was simply £200. Every month, she has to earn at the least £1,200 a month to pay her £700 hire together with payments, insurance coverage premiums and repayments on a mortgage she took out for refurbishments.
Joe stated: ‘When I came upon that I would not be capable of have courses in individual, my anxiousness ranges went sky excessive. 
‘I will must see if I’m eligible and if this cash does not are available till June I should want to use for a enterprise interruption mortgage.’  
Hannah Murphy will not be positive if she will qualify for presidency help.
The mom of three runs Globe Fit, which offers dance and health courses to varsities. 
Her earnings after tax is greater than £50,000, however this consists of dividends from her husband’s firm. 
Hannah Murphy (pictured) will not be positive if she will qualify for presidency help. The mom of three runs Globe Fit, which offers dance and health courses to varsities

She says she will must test her accounts to verify these will not push her over the edge the place nearly all of her earnings doesn’t come from self-employment. 
Mrs Murphy normally runs workshops in faculties throughout the nation, however these have not been capable of happen for the reason that faculties have been closed on Friday. 
Customers will pay £5 to participate in one in every of her on-line courses, however with celebrities like Joe Wicks providing exercises free of charge, she says she is simply making ‘pocket cash’ in the meanwhile. 
Mrs Murphy, who lives in Fareham, Hampshire, with husband Tom, 36, a mission supervisor, began Globe Fit seven years in the past and works with round 40 freelance instructors, who have been frantically ready to search out out what the Government will do to help them. 
Mrs Murphy, 35, stated: ‘I’m clearly comfortable to get something, it’s simply fairly complicated and I feel I will want to take a seat down and work out the place I’m.’
Ruth Mary Chipperfield, 30, runs Ruth Mary Jewellery, a web-based jewelry store from Birmingham, however is worried that reinvesting her earnings in gold since opening the enterprise three years in the past implies that she is not entitled to assert on Sunak’s scheme.  
Ruth Mary Chipperfield (pictured), 30, runs Ruth Mary Jewellery, a web-based jewelry store in Birmingham, however is worried that reinvesting her earnings in gold since opening the enterprise three years in the past implies that she is not entitled to assert on Sunak’s scheme

‘I’ve zero revenue so far as the tax returns are involved. But my overheads nonetheless proceed,’ she instructed the MailOnline. 
She added that £20,000 deliberate work has ‘dried up’ for the reason that coronavirus started to tear via the nation.  
‘They should go forward in any case this however the issue is that my shoppers’ personal funds that are drying up too and people are being tremendous cautious.’
The 30-year-old stated reinvestments in expensive gold implies that she remains to be ‘forking out fairly a bit.’
‘As it is based mostly on revenue and never turnover, I will not be entitled to something.’  
Matt Rann, 27, and his spouse Annalise, 25, of Portsmouth, who produce personalised photograph charms via their enterprise Annalise Jewellery, instructed the MailOnline that there standing as a restricted firm, and their function as administrators, means they will fall via the gaps of the rescue scheme.
Matt Rann, 27, and his spouse Annalise, 25, of Portsmouth, (pictured in a household photograph) who produce personalised photograph charms via their enterprise Annalise Jewellery, instructed the MailOnline that there standing as a restricted firm, and their function as administrators, means they will fall via the gaps of the rescue scheme

He stated: ‘Sales have dropped for us by about 75-80 per cent. Everything we do is usually purchased for birthdays and presents. It’s one of many first issues that people knock off in the event that they have no cash. Jewellery is luxurious not a necessity.
‘On paper we’re employed by our personal restricted firm and paid via a PAYE. As administrators we pay ourselves the minimal wage and the remaining is dividends.
‘We’re instructed we will not furlough ourselves as we’re administrators, and we will not declare beneath self-employed as we’re not categorised as such.
‘I feel that the federal government have accomplished a very good job and accomplished as a lot as they will, nevertheless it’s nearly like they’ve rushed somewhat bit and have not labored out the phrases and situations for it and depart a number of questions open.
‘I feel it leaves fairly a giant hole and a number of people in the identical state of affairs as us. We’re administrators, however not thought of self-employed.’ 
Jess Salamanca, pictured, who began Banana Scoop in June, stated that she is unable to assert beneath Rishi Sunak’s new scheme as a result of she has solely been working for 10 months 

Some who have been poised to start out their enterprise have been derailed by the coronavirus outbreak.  
Jess Salamanca, founding father of Banana Scoop, a dairy-free and vegan ice cream enterprise again in June.   
She stated that she is unable to assert on Sunak’s scheme as she has solely been working for 10 months.  
‘The drawback is they’re forgetting about sure people and perceive that it is extremely advanced,’ she stated. 
‘Those which have been doing their very own enterprise for a few months will miss the boat on this one.’
Keri Hudson, 30, a social media advisor from Bristol, stated it was ‘nice’ that parity of cost had been ensured for many self-employed staff, however added: ‘June? Seriously?
‘It’s ridiculous. It’s going to be very troublesome for lots of people. And I can not see why a cost system constructed into the Self Assessment web site would take two months to create.
‘I’m positive there are a lot of out-of-work freelance net builders that may be comfortable to help if the Government are low on useful resource.’
She added: ‘It does not actually make sense to base the payout on the cash a enterprise made way back to 2016. Surely it ought to simply be based mostly on the 19/20 return – that is a real reflection of misplaced earnings.’
Louise Barina, a tv manufacturing supervisor who lives in London along with her husband Zak, who works for an beginner soccer organisation, stated each of them had misplaced work on the virus.
She added: ‘After having spoken to our landlord, he has outright stated no, that we will not get a delay on our hire.
‘In phrases of the cost coming in June, that is actually problematic for us as that is clearly three months of cost the place we have to have enough money that.’
Casting director Sally McCleery, from Brighton, instructed PA: ‘Eighty p.c is sort of beneficiant and we are able to dwell on that… our bills are pretty low and we are able to dwell right here and never spend an excessive amount of cash.’
But she added she and her associate Iain Jackson, a private coach who had additionally misplaced nearly his complete earnings, have been ‘going to have to essentially watch the pennies till June’.
Others expressed concern that these who registered as self employed after March 2019 wouldn’t be capable of declare the funds in any respect.
Oli, 31, a building employee from London with a two-year-old baby, stated he must declare Universal Credit as he had develop into registered as self employed after the cut-off.
He stated: ‘It’s going to be a case of ready it out and never letting private pleasure get in the way in which of claiming any of the opposite advantages for the unemployed.
‘I’ve by no means claimed or used any Government handouts ever and had a little bit of pleasure about that.’
And there have been additionally fears about how lengthy it will take for self-employed staff and freelancers to get better financially after the disaster – and the Government assist – had gone.
Mr Jackson stated that whereas a number of of his health shoppers had generously paid him for future appointments, that solely meant that he would find yourself with out earnings when he ultimately returned to coaching.
‘It’s useful that we do not have to pay our tax invoice in July however clearly it is not going to help in the long term as we’ll simply have extra tax to pay in January,’ Ms McCleery added.
Mr Jackson added: ‘That’s the impression I received, that any reduction we get now they’re going to sting us later. Our tax proportion will go up, I’m guessing – that is how they are going to claw the cash again. Nothing comes free of charge does it?’
Meanwhile, Ms Hudson stated she was ‘unsure’ if she’d be capable of rebuild her enterprise after the losses she confronted as a result of outbreak.
‘I feel a number of us will have to select ourselves up and see if there’s nonetheless demand. For instance, I associate with just a few co-working areas to ship coaching workshops – who is aware of whether or not they’ll survive this with no tenants paying hire. It’s only a ready sport actually!’ 
‘We cannot save each job and enterprise’: Rishi Sunak’s grim warning as he unveils £3bn per 30 days bailout for Britain’s self-employed that will give them 80% of their typical earnings as much as £2,500-a-month
Rishi Sunak lastly unveiled a multi-billion-pound coronavirus bailout for thousands and thousands of stricken self-employed staff tonight – however left a whole lot of hundreds simply above a ‘cliff edge’ cut-off questioning how they will make ends meet.
The Chancellor unveiled a scheme handing out money grants value as much as £2,500 a month, in an enormous increase for taxi drivers, musicians, gig economic system staff and freelancers.
But the Treasury later admitted that though the scheme would profit 3.8million people, there was a black gap of round 200,000 people that it will not cowl.

Only people turning a revenue of lower than £50,000 a yr are eligible, that means these incomes something over that will not be capable of declare – probably affecting professionals like accountants, IT consultants, graphic designers and different success tales.
They may embody people who are the only real earner in a household who earns £50,001 and will miss out, whereas somebody turning a £49,999 revenue can be lined. 
Those who make investments their earnings of their enterprise, or set themselves up as a restricted firm and pay themselves through a dividend, will even be ineligible.
Also lacking out are these who have arrange companies so lately they haven’t filed a tax return for the 2018/2019 monetary yr.
In a report on the measures tonight, concerning the £50,000 revenue ceiling, the Institute for Fiscal Studies’ (IFS)  Stuart Adam and Helen Miller stated: ‘This implies that these who simply miss these standards will get no assist regardless of trying fairly much like a few of these who are eligible.’
Saying he knew people have been ‘worrying about their jobs and incomes’, Mr Sunak stated: ‘You haven’t been forgotten.’
But at a press convention in Downing Street he additionally delivered a stark warning that the federal government ‘will not be capable of defend each single job or save each single enterprise’ because the lethal illness brings the economic system grinding to a halt. 
And there have been quick questions concerning the a whole lot of hundreds of people who will miss out, and why the scheme will not be up and operating earlier than June. 
Mr Sunak stated 95 per cent of these who make most of their earnings from self-employment will be lined, with the 5 per cent not included having a mean earnings of £217,000 a yr.
Treasury sources identified that these people can be eligible for for earnings tax and VAT deferments.  
Officials have calculated from tax data that 3.8million will be entitled to the payouts, with the standard award more likely to be £940. The complete prices are estimated at £3billion a month.   

Every week after saying an enormous rescue bundle for workers, the Chancellor introduced assist for these who work for themselves and within the ‘gig’ economic system

Boris Johnson took half in a video name with G20 leaders at present as they battle to coordinate the response to the disaster

Those who are included and pay themselves as an worker will not be lined, as they will declare via the separate scheme the federal government introduced final week. 
There will be a grace interval of 4 weeks for people to file tax returns for the final monetary yr – with out which they will not be capable of declare.  
Unlike the bailout for workers, which is being channelled via companies in grants, the federal government cash would go on to people. 
The small companies that will miss out
‘It appears rushed and has left fairly a giant hole’
Matt Rann, 27, and his spouse Annalise, 25, of Portsmouth, run Annalise Jewellery. 
He stated that as it’s a restricted firm and they’re administrators they will fall via the gaps of the rescue scheme.

He stated: ‘Sales have dropped for us by about 75-80 per cent. Everything we do is usually purchased for birthdays and presents. It’s one of many first issues that people knock off in the event that they have no cash. Jewellery is luxurious not a necessity.
‘On paper we’re employed by our personal restricted firm and paid via a PAYE. As administrators we pay ourselves the minimal wage and the remaining is dividends.
‘We’re instructed we will not furlough ourselves as we’re administrators, and we will not declare beneath self-employed as we’re not categorised as such.
‘I feel that the federal government have accomplished a very good job and accomplished as a lot as they will, nevertheless it’s nearly like they’ve rushed somewhat bit and have not labored out the phrases and situations for it and depart a number of questions open.
‘I feel it leaves fairly a giant hole and a number of people in the identical state of affairs as us. We’re administrators, however not thought of self-employed.’
‘I’ve been reinvesting my earnings, so I will not get help’
Ruth Mary Chipperfield, 30, of Birmingham, runs Ruth Mary Jewellery and stated as has chosen to reinvest all her earnings over the previous three years, she will not get help.

She stated: ‘As it is based mostly on revenue and never turnover, I will not be entitled to something. I’ve zero revenue so far as the tax returns are involved, however my overheads nonetheless proceed.
‘Thankfully I’m ready the place my husband is working full time however I’m unsure the place the cash is coming from. I had £20,000 of leads coming which have all dried up.
‘They should go forward in any case this however the issue is that my shoppers’ personal funds are drying up too. People are being tremendous cautious and I get a number of bespoke work. Up till now
‘I’ve been reinvesting all my earnings in my enterprise which is lots as a result of I pay for gold, so I’m forking out fairly a bit.
‘I wasn’t stunned about what they introduced. I wasn’t anticipating to get something. It makes issues difficult, however I’d moderately suppose positively.’

Mr Sunak stated: ‘Despite these extraordinary steps there will be difficult instances forward.
‘We will not be capable of defend each single job or save each single enterprise.
‘But I’m assured that the measures we have now put in place will assist thousands and thousands of households, companies and self-employed people to get via this.
‘Get via it collectively and emerge on the opposite facet each stronger and extra united.’
In different developments on one other fast-moving day of disaster:

The UK loss of life toll jumped to 578 after 113 extra fatalities have been confirmed throughout the house nations, making it the darkest day but within the escalating outbreak; 
One of the authorities’s prime advisers stated the UK’s epidemic will worsen earlier than it will get higher however may peak by Easter. 
Dyson has been handed an order of 10,000 ventilators from the Government – so long as the machines cross early assessments. 
Retailer Boots begged people to not flip up demanding assessments as a result of it has but to obtain any.
Royal aides tried to hint anybody Prince Charles has met within the final fortnight after he examined optimistic for the illness.   

Mr Sunak stated: ‘The scheme I’ve introduced at present is truthful. 
‘It is focused at these who want it probably the most and crucially it’s deliverable and it offers an unprecedented stage of assist for self-employed people.’
He stated: ‘These final 10 days have shaken our nation and economic system as by no means earlier than.
‘In the final two weeks we have now put apart ideology and orthodoxy to mobilise the total energy and sources of the British state.
‘We have accomplished so within the pursuit of a single aim: To defend people’s well being and financial safety.
‘By supporting public companies like our NHS, backing companies and defending people’s jobs and incomes.
‘What we have now accomplished will I imagine stand as some of the important financial interventions at any level within the historical past of the British state and by any authorities anyplace on this planet.’ 
Mr Sunak admitted the very lately self-employed will not be included within the scheme and should search for welfare assist.
He stated: ‘For these who are very lately self-employed, we can’t function a scheme like this, there’s an excessive amount of complexity each operationally and fraud danger with that, so we must say to these people please take a look at the additional assist we have put into the welfare system to help you at the moment.
‘But, as I’ve stated, this covers the huge, overwhelming majority of people.’   
Treasury sources stated 5.75million people fill in a self-assessment tax return. 
Of these 1.7million earn lower than half their earnings via self-employment. 
An extra 200,000 earn an excessive amount of to be eligible for at present’s bundle. 
The different 3.8million will be capable of entry the assist. 
Asked what people will do for the subsequent three months till the scheme is up and operating, sources stated some people must signal on as unemployed. 
Others will be capable of benefit from zero-interest, zero charge loans, or profit from VAT and enterprise fee reliefs.
In a powerful trace of a crackdown on tax breaks for the self-employed after the quick disaster has handed, Mr Sunak stated he would look to deal with an inconsistency in self-employed contributions sooner or later when working to ‘proper the ship’ after the disaster.
He cautioned that the dimensions of the federal government’s bailouts meant that everybody must ‘chip in’ to ‘proper the ship’ later. 
He stated: ‘Rather than be too particular proper now about future tax coverage, it is simply an remark that there is presently an inconsistency in contributions between self-employed and employed.
‘And the actions taken at present, which could be very important tens of billions of kilos of assist for these who are self-employed treating them the identical approach as these who are employed, it does throw into gentle the query of consistency and whether or not that’s truthful to all people going ahead.
‘Especially as after we get via this and are chipping in collectively to proper the ship afterwards ensuring everyone seems to be doing their bit as nicely.
Rishi’s rescue: What has the Chancellor introduced earlier than? The authorities’s bailout for the economic system has been introduced in phases, beginning with the Budget on March 11.
Prior to the self-employed bailout at present measures included: 

The authorities will cowl 80 per cent of wages for corporations to maintain staff on.
It will pay as much as £2,500 a month  – equal to the UK common wage of £30,000 a yr. 
VAT payments value £30billion of VAT payments for the subsequent quarter will be deferred.
A £7billion increase to welfare to ‘strengthen the protection internet’ will be made.
A £1billion increase to housing profit to help renters;

A £30billion fiscal stimulus within the Budget, together with £12billion instantly for the combat in opposition to coronavirus, with extra money for NHS;   

Government-backed mortgage ensures value £330billion – equal to 15 per cent of GDP. The Treasury will improve this with ‘as a lot capability as required’ 

 A £20billion bundle for enterprise together with a 12-month fee vacation for all companies in retail, leisure and hospitality sectors, and money grants of as much as £25,000 for smaller corporations; 

A 3-month mortgage vacation for householders; 

A 3-month ban on evictions of renters, and mortgage vacation prolonged to buy-to-let;

The Bank of England has reduce charges twice to a report low of 0.1 per cent. Its quantitative easing scheme – successfully printing cash to stimulate the economic system – has been expanded to greater than £600billio

‘And I feel that could be a very reasonable and cheap remark to make at the moment.’
The measures have been welcomed as an enchancment by self-employed teams and unions – though some stated the delay to getting the scheme up and operating could possibly be a giant problem. 
Toby Harper, of Harper James Solicitors, which works with greater than 1,000 companies and self-employed people throughout the UK, stated the Chancellor’s rescue plan did not deal with them pretty by imposing a £50,000 cap on earlier earnings.
He stated: ‘There is little question that it’s a lot wanted assist to be supplied to people who want it probably the most. Yes, there are points with the pace of availability however that’s inevitable.
‘However, one should query why there’s a cap on these who are eligible when the identical doesn’t apply to the employed. The chancellor says he’s treating the employed and self-employed the identical – however he is not.’
Joanna Elson OBE, chief government of the Money Advice Trust, which runs Business Debtline, stated: ‘This new incomes assist will come as a reduction to the thousands and thousands of self-employed people whose companies have been hit by the Coronavirus outbreak – however having to attend till June for funds to come back via will trigger actual hardship for a lot of.
‘The Government ought to introduce a devoted hardship fund for self-employed people who are struggling within the meantime.
‘Nearly each single name we’re taking at our Business Debtline service is from self-employed people affected by the affect of coronavirus.
‘The electricians, plumbers and taxi drivers we’re listening to from, who can’t earn a living from home, are shedding cash by the hour – and telling them they will attempt to entry Universal Credit will not be sufficient.’
Manchester mayor Andy Burnham instructed the federal government may hand out a ‘blanket’ £1,000 cost to ‘tide people over’.
‘Once once more, the Chancellor has proven his skill to pay attention. This transfer is welcome & will help thousands and thousands. But preliminary suggestions says June will be a stretch,’ the previous Labour MP stated.
‘Case for an up-front blanket £1k cost in April to tide people over? Just an thought. Could be deducted from the ultimate determine.’
Who will get the self-employment bailout?  Treasury sources stated 5.75million people fill in a self-assessment tax return. 
Of these 1.7million earn lower than half their earnings via self-employment. 
An extra 200,000 earn an excessive amount of to be eligible for at present’s bundle. 
The different 3.8million will be capable of entry the assist.
The authorities has been dealing with a livid clamour to deliver ahead a rescue bundle for the self-employed, with warnings that it’s already too late for a lot of who have been unable to pay their payments after swathes of the economic system have been compelled to close right down to curb coronavirus unfold. 
It emerged yesterday that just about half one million profit claims have been obtained over the previous 9 days.  
Around 477,000 claims have been ‘processed’ since final Tuesday, with 105,000 being made for Universal Credit yesterday.
The unprecedented stress and quantity of latest claims has led to delays and people being unable to get via to advisers on the telephone.
Boris Johnson stated yesterday that whereas the Government was ‘placing our arms round’ each employee, he couldn’t assure that the self-employed wouldn’t face ‘any type of hardship in any respect’. 
But the Prime Minister stated he needed to get ‘parity of assist’ so the self-employed may have related ranges of safety to staff with jobs.  
Self-employed ‘at larger danger from coronavirus shutdown than staff’  The self-employed are at larger danger from the coronavirus chaos than staff, economists have warned. 
The IFS think-tank stated 22 per cent work in sectors which are badly hit, in comparison with 17 per cent of staff – though the numbers will be decrease as a result of there are fewer of them total. 
The self-employed are more likely to work in jobs corresponding to cleansing, hairdressing, performing arts, health teaching, or taxi driving.
According to the IFS, practically one million work in sectors that will be largely shut down. 
If restrictions have been tightened additional, 0.8million self-employed staff within the building sector may be affected. 
An extra 0.four million self-employed staff have a toddler aged as much as 9, and no key staff or non-working adults within the family who can present childcare whereas faculties are closed.
Last week Mr Sunak unveiled a plan that may see the state pay as much as 80 per cent of the wages of staff if companies conform to hold them on.  
However, the bundle for the self-employed proved far tougher to assemble, partly as a result of vary of staff within the bracket. While many have misplaced their earnings, others have extra work. 
Many earn low wages within the hospitality and leisure sectors, however company attorneys and barristers on six-figure salaries are additionally self-employed. 
Government sources have been additionally eager to keep away from the taxpayer having to assist the incomes of people who produce other jobs. 
One supply stated: ‘With the worker scheme, people are both furloughed or they don’t seem to be. 
‘With the self-employed it is completely different – work could have dried up proper now however which may change, and this [lockdown] may go on for months.’  
Asked yesterday why the bundle was taking so lengthy to reach, Mr Johnson stated: ‘We have elevated common credit score by £1,000 a yr. 
‘We have deferred earnings tax self-assessments for the self-employed till July, and are deferring VAT till the subsequent quarter. There can be entry to Government-financed loans. 
‘But there are specific complexities of the self-employed that do should be addressed; they don’t seem to be all in the identical place.’ 
London mayor Sadiq Khan has stated the shortage of assist for the self-employed has contributed to the numbers travelling into the capital for work regardless of the lockdown.

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