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Another brief period of disruption may be “the final straw for some businesses”


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Christopher Snowdon writes for CapX

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Emma Revell writes for the Yorkshire Post

Julian Jessop quoted by the Express

A policy of stop, start and then stop again is “likely to impose additional costs and the prospect of more lockdowns is likely to increase uncertainty”, says the IEA’s Economics Fellow Julian Jessop.

Julian told the Express that: “Even another brief period of disruption may be the final straw for some businesses that have only just survived the first lockdown, or families that have already exhausted their savings.”

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