Furlough scheme end date: When will the furlough scheme end?


    For the month of August, the Government will keep paying the 80 percent subsidiary, but employers must now cover National Insurance and Pension contributions.

    Throughout the month of September, the Government will pay 70 percent of wages, with employers paying the outstanding 10 percent alongside National insurance and pension contributions.

    In the last month of the scheme, October, the Government’s contributions will drop to 60 percent with employers expected to pay the remaining 20 percent and other contributions.

    However, there are rising concerns ending the scheme will bring about mass unemployment in a variety of industries.


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