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Hundreds of thousands of young workers could lose their jobs as furlough comes to an end

Up to 350,000 young people aged 19 to 24 face losing their jobs and ‘being scarred by recession for years to come’ as furlough is wound down in coming months, the Institute of Fiscal Studies warns. The IFS says 19 to 24 year-olds are likely to be the hardest hit by the removal of the job support scheme which has protected them more than any other group from the economic ravages of lockdown – Telegraph

PM to confirm July 19 end to Covid rules despite scientists’ warnings – Guardian

Hackers on loose as 9,000 data leaks a year recorded – Times

Number of NHS mental health beds down by 25 per cent since 2010, analysis shows – Guardian

‘Woke’ culture war is biggest dividing line among voters – Times

Councillor criticises staycation firms for ‘exploiting’ families after he is quoted £71,000 for a week’s stay in Cornwall – Mail

Queen awards George Cross to entire NHS for courage during pandemic – Telegraph


The British must reject fear and dump their masks – Tim Stanley, Telegraph

There’s no shame in cutting foreign aid – it’s time for a showdown with the Tory rebels – Stephen Glover, Mail

England has been denied the voice it deserves by elites who would rather Englishness didn’t exist – Nick Timothy, Telegraph

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