It is good to wait for a while, because this bad news has come from UK
In terms of jobs in Britain, the situation is going to get worse. A cloud of crisis is looming over 700,000 jobs. Experts have warned the Boris Johnson government that due to its policies, the situation may get worse instead of improving.
- Government ends furlough program
- Tax also increased
- 700,000 jobs in crisis
London: If you are preparing to move to the UK in search of a job, then it is wise to stay for some time. Because there the situation is going to get much worse. About 700,000 jobs are already under a cloud of crisis. Experts have warned that the situation may worsen if the government ends the COVID-19 furlough program.
- Stay at Home was getting money
According to the report of ‘The Sun’, the Boris Johnson government has ended the furlough program started on 30 September in view of the Corona epidemic. Under this program, the employees were being paid by the government for the stay-at-home. About one million employees are still dependent on this program, so this move of the government has put them in trouble.
- Treasure filled, yet the program is over
The British government’s treasury is filling up faster than expected, so it was believed that the furlough program could continue, but the government did not. With the end of furloughs, Universal Credit is being cut by £20 per week and VAT is being increased from 5% to 12.5%. Therefore, experts believe that the countrymen may have to face many serious challenges in the coming days.
- MPs warned the government
At the same time, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has promised 500 million pounds to help people facing trouble in paying food, clothing and electricity bills, but many lawmakers say that this will improve the situation. The probability is extremely low. He said that the government should work on getting money in the pockets of the people and not snatching their jobs.
- Demand for reduction in tax from the government
Apart from this, MPs have also demanded continuation of Universal Credit till next year and tax cuts. It is worth noting here that there is no shortage of jobs in Britain, but the government is not currently interested in filling the vacant posts. Due to this lax attitude of the government, there has been a shortage of truck drivers in the country, due to which the UK is facing petrol crisis. In such a situation, it is better to postpone the plan to work in Britain for some time.