Covid-19 could ‘cut pay by £1,200 a year by 2025’ – think tank

“The Covid crisis is causing immense damage to the public finances, and permanent damage to family finances too, with pay packets on track to be £1,200 a year lower than pre-pandemic expectations,” warned Torsten Bell, chief executive of the Resolution Foundation.

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