With the second lockdown underway, initiatives to help boost businesses that have had to close their doors have started to circulate.
This includes hints from the Chancellor Rishi Sunak, who pointed to the return of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme, which could take place this winter to help boost the economy.
According to the Metro, Sunak was quizzed about whether a new version of the popular scheme could be introduced once again after the second lockdown comes to an end on December 2.
“We’ll talk about specific measures, but more broadly I think it’s right when we finally exit this [lockdown] and hopefully next year with testing and vaccines, we’ll be able to start to look forward to getting back to normal,” he told Sky News.
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