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Coronavirus UK: Do you have to pay household bills during Covid-19 lockdown, and what help is there if you're struggling?

2 monthes ago   |   By Metro

Are there options out there for those struggling with payments?
During the Coronavirus pandemic, the British government has pledged £7 billion to help individuals, businesses and public services stay afloat through the tough economic times caused by the virus.
For individuals, that assistance is in the shape of furloughs to keep the job losses to a minimum and protecting the rights of renters .
The
Government have also made it clear that people can opt for a 3-month mortgage holiday if they are financially struggling during the Covid pandemic, but what about your other household and...
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