Donald Trump has announced he will sign executive orders on Saturday for coronavirus relief, seeking to bypass Congress after negotiations stalled — setting the stage for a legal battle with Democratic leaders on Capitol Hill.
With up to 4 million people expected to be out of work by the end of the year as the furlough scheme ends, and few vacancies around many people are facing uncertainty, rising debts and life on universal credit
'If you had a decent pension, like Germany or France, then you could have a holiday. Or do the things you dreamed of doing in your retirement, that you didn't have time to do when you were younger. Not just being a cabbage taking antidepressants,' says Pauline Hinder
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