British finance minister Rishi Sunak will announce new plans to support jobs on Thursday, as fears mount of a surge in unemployment when an existing 52 billion pound ($66 billion) support programme comes to an end in just over a month. Sunak has ruled out a wholesale extension of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, which supported 8.9 million private-sector jobs at its peak in May, but a growing second wave of COVID-19 cases has piled pressure on him to announce a replacement. "As our response to coronavirus adapts, tomorrow afternoon I will update the House of Commons on our plans to continue protecting jobs through the winter," Sunak said in an unexpected statement on Wednesday.
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The 30-year-old actress, who is expecting her third child, said she had experienced morning sickness that was 'on another level'.
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The 65,000-tonne carrier left Portsmouth earlier this week and is sailing for exercises in the North Sea.
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