This request comes from the REC, ALP, APSCo and recruitment network TEAM.
Certain freelancers and contractors are part of this group.
Unionists see this move as “immoral”.
“We’ve got to wean off it.”
They want the CJRS to last until the end of September.
Private sector workers are more worried than those who work in the public sector.
Lord Forsyth of Drumlean has sent a letter to Jesse Norman of the Treasury.
Furloughed apprentices can continue their training.
Samantha Hurley, operations director of the APSCo spoke with Jesse Norman, of the Treasury.
“I am delighted that the Government is keeping its promise to conduct a review.”
As punishment, TSB bosses will see their bonuses reduced.
In a forward looking move, the Treasury announced today that Chancellor George Osborne will be slashing his salary to £9.40 an hour, the new Living Wage Rate in London, for a four week period.
The government plans to conduct a full public consultation into payroll giving later this year, once the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme is up and running. HM Treasury wrote to all payroll giving agencies last week announcing that the consultation would launch before the end of the year to explore how payroll giving might be…