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The British government has payment of the wages of nearly nine million workers who are not able to do your Job, because the Corona-Virus outbreak. But what life is like for The Hundreds of thousands of people who can't work and not getting The Money ?
"It's just the Box," says Angela, a 48-year-old jewelry store manager from Manchester. "It is amazing that you can control the work for so many years and numbers, and there is so little help. "
Angela started her new job on the 16th of March , just a week before non-essential retail closed because of the coronavirus.
When the government announced their holiday-Scheme - number of employees up to 80% of their salary, cover the wages of up to £2,500 for a month - She was not covered because it is only people which had in their profession for a minimum of 28. February,
German Chancellor Rishi Sunak later extended and holiday to the people, the work started only in the 19th century. March - But this still does not help, Angela, because her employer had not put their details by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) at this time.
Angela and her live-in partner, a self-employed roofer whose income gaps are, at The Moment , bills of £850 will have to pay in a month, and if your payment holiday Ends - a mortgage of £450 per month.
"Someone could have started in my job a few days earlier than I, as I said never before in her life, and still get the full holiday, the payment of 80% of their wages and salaries," She said. "And I get nothing and have paid taxes for years. It is just silly. "
Many of the shops have reopened, But Angela's not-yet.
"With jewelry we will, in close contact with people," She said. "We have to look and see whether things fit or fit people. Customers opt for important things, like your baby's first bracelet, or Engagement Ring . "
"There's literally nothing I can say or do that will make it better," Angela.Social distance rules Virus emergency payments have created difficulties for the retail industry
This Was often due to unfortunate timing, with a job, or your employer, the choice of timing of submission of billing paperwork to HMRC.
freelancers and those who suffers on short-term contracts were also.
She was to build a model for a museum, if coronavirus stopped The Project . Your situation meant you could not take a vacation, or the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme ) in the amount of up to £7,500
"My only option is a" Emma says, "But that means more debt, which I do not want to accept, because I also pay my tax bill by January of next year. "It is really frustrating. Also if I work now, there will be a delay before I paid for it. "
Emma and her boyfriend pay the rent and bills of About £1,000 per month, and much of their work is the provision of set designs and models for the summer music festivals that have been cancelled include.
Simon Jones , a 62-year-old tests supervision from South London , had cancelled his summer work. As public workers, who only work during the examination periods, in the short term, to the income tax (paye) contracts, which he will not be eligible for holiday payments.
Similar contracts are widely used in industries such as theatre and television.
"It's always desperate, for a lot of people who rely on this work each year," he says. "It will work 15 of us in The School where I. It's not just to sit in the exams. There is still a lot to do more jobs than that. "
Mr. Jones, a secondary school-age son and a daughter, the fears of the University, that younger workers in particular will lose.
"Something must be done to ensure that people can live with, and we do not lose many years of experience. "
The Ministry of Finance says that its "rapid and targeted" and "generous" payments during the pandemic, have contributed to millions of workers and businesses.