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Britain will ramp up its bid to slow a surge in unemployment during the coronavirus crisis by pledging public money to cover national insurance and pension contributions for companies that temporarily ask employees not to work, as well their pay.
Britain's finance ministry said its plan to cover employers' national insurance and some pension scheme contributions - part of the government's bid to prevent a wave of job losses - could save companies an extra 300 pounds a month for each employee.
The British government will pay grants to self-employed people who have lost their livelihoods because of the coronavirus lockdown, further extending an unprecedented package of measures to prevent the economy from collapsing.
The UK government has urged people to avoid moving house during the coronavirus outbreak, as the pandemic brings the country's property market to a near standstill.
British finance minister Rishi Sunak announced a system of grants to support self-employed people who are losing income because of the coronavirus.
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