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HM Treasury Oct 24
, here are the top stories from HM Treasury this week.
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Royal Exchange Theatre Oct 24
We’re incredibly grateful to be recipients of the Culture Recovery Fund enabling us to reignite our theatre & support all communities- audiences, artists, participants & freelance theatre workers. >
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Octagon Theatre Oct 24
We're delighted & relieved to have been given a lifeline from the today. This vital funding will support our immediate future & reopening of our building in 2021. Read more:
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English National Ballet Oct 24
We are delighted to announce that we have received a significant grant from . We are hugely grateful and offer our sincere thanks to and for this generous support. Full statement here:
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The Old Vic Oct 24
Today, The Old Vic has been given a vital lifeline. Thanks to the - we couldn't be more grateful
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Leeds Grand Theatre Oct 24
We are thrilled to announce that we have been awarded a grant from . The money will help us to safeguard our heritage buildings & to continue planning for an unknown future. >
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Birmingham Hippodrome Oct 24
We are delighted to confirm we have been offered £3m funding from the Cultural Recovery Fund. We want to say a huge thank you to for providing a welcome lifeline for us as an independent charity. Read more:
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London Transport Museum Oct 24
Amazing news… Our £1.75 million bid to the Culture Recovery Fund was successful! Our future was hanging in the balance, but this funding has given us hope. Thank you to , and (1/2)
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DCMS Oct 23
We are with funding for some of the country’s most significant arts and culture organisations, as £75m is awarded in the latest grants announced today 🎭🎨 ▶️
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HM Treasury Oct 23
The Chancellor held discussions with industry leaders from the hospitality sector on Thursday about the challenging months ahead and the measures needed to ensure as many businesses and jobs are protected as possible.
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HM Treasury Oct 23
There have been some misleading comments in recent days stating our more generous Job Support Scheme is only available to businesses facing tier 2 restrictions. ❌This is wrong. ✅ The scheme is UK-wide and available to businesses in all sectors – no matter what tier they are in.
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HM Treasury Oct 23
“We’ve always said we will adapt and evolve our response as the situation changes”. Chancellor explains why the government has announced further steps to help protect people’s livelihoods & businesses over winter.
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Sean Farrington Oct 23
NEW: The Treasury have confirmed to me that companies that have made staff redundant since they the Job Support Scheme payroll cut-off of September 23rd, CAN re-employ those staff and take advantage of the new, bigger wage subsidies.
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HM Treasury Oct 22
Following the statement in , the Chancellor is now taking part in a press conference, alongside Boris Johnson, updating the nation on the additional support that will protect jobs and businesses.
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HM Treasury Oct 22
The government will continue to support jobs across the UK this winter with the Job Support Scheme Open and the Job Support Scheme Closed. Here’s how they work. Read More:
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HM Treasury Oct 22
The Chancellor held discussions with industry leaders from the hospitality sector this morning about the challenging months ahead and the measures needed to ensure as many businesses and jobs are protected as possible.
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Kate Nicholls Oct 22
Huge and very welcome intervention by Chancellor - JSS scheme evolves significantly to reflect changed circumstances. Sees employer minimum hours of at least 20% and top up of 5% (down from 55% previously). Just saved hundreds of thousands of jobs in hospitality and supply chain
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RTunnicliffe Oct 22
The chancellor has listened to the concerns of members over the last few weeks and acted accordingly. These changes to wage support and increased local authority grants will make a difference to those sectors most impacted.
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BCC Oct 22
🗣️: "This is a very significant improvement in the support available to businesses struggling with the impact of increasing restrictions across the UK." See our response to 's announcement of further support👇
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HM Treasury Oct 22
The government has today announced it will be increasing support through the existing business grant and income support schemes, ensuring livelihoods and jobs across the UK continue to be protected in the difficult months ahead. Read more:
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