Second lockdown could cost “£8billion every two weeks”


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Julian Jessop quoted in the Sunday Mirror

As the Prime Minister announces a second national lockdown to last at least four weeks, with hospitality and non-essential retail to close, the damage to the economy could be “up to £8billion every two weeks” according to figures from IEA Economics Fellow Julian Jessop.

Julian’s comments were reported by the Sunday Mirror. Read the full piece here.



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