A public inquiry into the excluded
This paper sets out the case for a public inquiry into those excluded from the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme and the Furlough Scheme.
- This paper includes stories from those who were denied furlough by the UK government. It also looks at the main reasons that people were denied furlough and how this happened.
- There were multiple chances for the UK government to adopt a solution to include more people in their income support schemes. In the end the UK government only used one solution out of the plans put forwards.
- It proposes a public inquiry into why employees and the self-employed were unable to access the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme and the furlough scheme.
Director and Founder
Torrin founded Centre in 2020. In the role has written numerous papers including one backed by the Gaps in Support APPG which contained 260 MPs. He has also written policies for political parties and appeared on a wide range of media including TV and radio. He has a Political Studies degree from Aberystwyth University.