This paper shows how the UK could implement a new scheme to support small businesses and workers whilst also filling skill shortages.
- This plan sets out how we give workers the skills they need to either retrain or to expand their existing skill set. This will help employees to either fill vacant jobs or to expand their current job.
- It will also target those who need financial support after the pandemic. Those that couldn’t access the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme because of the £50,000 cap would be included.
- This would require the Chancellor to put in place a new scheme to help people to expand their skill set.
- With the economy slowly reopening such an investment in small businesses and individuals would help to boost the recovery. Not only for businesses but also in terms of increasing tax revenue.
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.