uk unemployment

Plenty of people made the point that the Tory chairman could be one of those joining the dole queue.
Deputy PM Dominic Raab has claimed the Tories are doing well with employment levels, but that's not the whole picture.
The report by the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities has been described as "deeply worrying" and an "insult".
The BAME unemployment rate “shot up” from 5.8% to 9.5% within the space of a year, the TUC report states.
The latest ONS figures show that the number of payroll employees in the UK has dropped by 819,000 since the start of Covid-19.
Here I am, trying to figure out whether it is safe to start seeing clients again.
As curfews and other restrictions are brought in to try and stem the rise in coronavirus infections, Rishi Sunak took to the dispatch box with another rescue plan for the economy. But do his emergency schemes go far enough?Joining Arj Singh, Paul Waugh and Rachel Wearmouth, Labour’s shadow communities secretary Steve Reed reacts to Sunak’s statement, tries to unpack the problems with test and trace, and discusses what Labour’s virtual conference revealed about the party’s new leadership.
Never have I felt so abandoned, unsupported or without purpose. And it could be about to get worse.
The Labour leader will also warn the PM of the "scarring effect" mass unemployment could have on communities.