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You’re reading The Waugh Zone, our daily politics briefing. Sign up now to get it by email in the evening.It was only a matter of time. When Rishi Sunak set out his ‘Winter Economy Plan’ just a few weeks ago, many (including this newsletter) warned that it was inadequate to the sheer scale of the looming problems threatened by the Covid second wave.Back then, he delighted some Tory MPs and newspapers with his bullish rhetoric that “we must learn to live with it and live without fear”. Well, fear is stalking the land among those who can see their jobs and businesses disappearing across the north, and it now seems the Treasury has finally been scared enough by the political consequences that he is doling out some extra support.Of course the chancellor will never admit that this is a U-turn on his plan to withdraw furlough, even though local furlough is exactly what this looks like. The government will pay two thirds of the salary of each employee (up to £2,100 a month) in any pub, bar or restaurant forced to shut down in the new local lockdowns expected next week. The 67% is less generous than the 80% of full furlough however. Exactly what people should do to cope with the loss of a third of their income remains unsaid.Although the help is welcome, it’s no surprise that several local council leaders have already suggested it’s too little, too late. They were distinctly underwhelmed by the presentation given them tonight, confirming the earlier warning from the mayors of Greater Manchester, the Sheffield and Liverpool city regions and North Tyne that the plan did not “appear to have gone far enough to prevent genuine hardship, job losses and business failure this winter”.And it wasn’t just last month that many warned Sunak that he should go for a targeted version of furlough, it was many months ago. In his rushed announcement today (a Tweeted video clip is hardly a statement on the floor of the Commons), he said his expanded Jobs Support Scheme would be “for closed businesses”. But what about all those closed sectors of the economy, such as aviation and creative industries, effectively shut down by government regulation?As the Resolution Foundation put it this afternoon: “The delay in putting [the scheme] in place will have come at a high price in jobs lost.” It rightly says that the Job Support Scheme itself needs further reform to persuade bosses to cut hours rather than jobs. Another U-turn may well be on its way in a few weeks if employers simply go for the bottom line.What makes the government’s position all the more politically dangerous is the latest growth news, with this morning’s GDP figures showing that the hoped-for ‘V-shaped’ recovery now looks like a stuttering spike on the nation’s economic electrocardiogram. Sunak’s Eat Out To Help Out scheme may have done too little on consumer spending and too much in spreading the virus.The bigger problem is that these local lockdowns look like they are going to slowly creep across the entire country. The three-tiered system of controls may well leave most areas in the top two most serious categories and only a shrinking handful in the lowest one. Only today, on a call to MPs, I’m told Matt Hancock made clear things were getting worse everywhere.The south has so far escaped much of this, but with London due to get new curbs, the counties around it could follow very quickly. I understand public health officials in Essex, for example, are pushing for tier-two restrictions that would mean a ban on household mixing.The lack of grip on the virus or from both No.10 and No.11 Downing Street is what will worry their MPs most. The PM suggested last week he would hold weekly press conferences from now on, but he failed to do a single one this week. Sunak too appeared so afraid of scrutiny that he didn’t make this announcement in a No.10 press briefing, but via pooled broadcast clips.There will probably be a Johnson address to the nation next week, but voters in the north can be forgiven for thinking they are being treated like fools this weekend. If the virus spreads south, that may be a perception that spreads more widely among the electorate too.Related... Workers At Locked Down Firms Will Get Two-Thirds Of Wages Paid, Rishi Sunak Announces Who Is Allegra Stratton, The Face Of No 10's New TV Press Briefings? Northern Mayors React With Fury To Prospect Of Pub Closures And Further Restrictions
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Paul Hollywood found a useful way of filling his time while bubbled up in the Great British Bake Off’s biosphere. The baker has revealed he taught Matt Lucas and Noel Fielding how to drive while filming the current series of the Channel 4 show. Neither of the show’s presenters are able to drive, so famous petrolhead Paul opted to help them learn using the on-set buggies at Down Hall in Essex. Speaking to The Mirror, Paul said: “Neither of the male hosts have actually got a driving licence.“So I was trying to teach Matt a few little tricks on the go kart and how to drive it at speed. But it was, it was fun. We need a challenge actually.“We need to get a newspaper involved where we end up teaching Noel and Matt how to drive a car. Get a licence for them.”Fellow judge Prue Leith: “I tell you what, Matt got to drive just as fast as Paul Hollywood. In the end, he was zipping around with that bug. And I kept thinking, ‘That’s a guy who can’t drive!’.”Paul added: “Now he wants to do his test. The buggies did the trick.”During filming of the latest series, all of the cast and crew had to live in a self-contained biosphere for six weeks so they wouldn’t have to socially distance on camera. All of the hosts, judges and bakers lived alongside 80 members of the production team, 20 hotel staff, and around 20 “children, chaperones and dog walkers” during the six-week shoot. Prior to moving in to the hotel, people had to self-isolate for nine days and take three Covid tests to ensure they did not have the virus. The shoot, which was described as “gruelling” by the show’s bosses, saw the team work on a two days on, two days off basis, while they also built 12 practise kitchens for the bakers to use on their days off. Kieran Smith, who is the creative director at the Channel 4 show’s production company Love Productions, previously revealed that there was only one coronavirus scare during the shoot, which turned out to be a false alarm. “It was a massive operation,” he said. “It felt like the safest place in Britain.”The Great British Bake Off continues on Tuesday at 8pm on Channel 4.READ MORE: Great British Bake Off's Return Has Set A Pretty Impressive Record For Channel 4 Take A Peek Inside The Bake Off Bubble With Matt Lucas' Behind-The-Scenes Tour Matt Lucas' Boris Johnson Skit On The Great British Bake Off Attracts Ofcom Complaints
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Matt Lucas has offered fans of The Great British Bake Off an inside look at the show’s bubble, with a behind-the-scenes tour. During filming of the latest series, all of the cast and crew had to live in a self-contained biosphere for six weeks so they wouldn’t have to socially distance on camera. With much intrigue about what that was like on location in the grounds of Down Hall in Essex, Matt filmed a video during his first day to share with viewers. In a clip posted on the show’s official Twitter account, Matt revealed the four “shepherds huts” he, Noel Fielding, Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood were able to make use of in their downtime. There was also a tour of the production village, which was seen to have many Covid safety measures, including hand gel and temperature checks, and was also home to the area where the ingredients are prepped.  Matt also took us inside Down Hall, where he caught up with Paul.  What’s life like inside the Bake Off biosphere? Join @RealMattLucas as he heads to the Tent for his first day on the show! #GBBOpic.twitter.com/mFzFHYBaKy— British Bake Off (@BritishBakeOff) September 28, 2020All of the hosts, judges and bakers lived alongside 80 members of the production team, 20 hotel staff, and around 20 “children, chaperones and dog walkers” during the six-week shoot. Prior to moving in to the hotel, people had to self-isolate for nine days and take three Covid tests to ensure they did not have the virus. The shoot, which was described as “gruelling” by the show’s bosses, saw the team work on a two days on, two days off basis, while they also built 12 practise kitchens for the bakers to use on their days off. Kieran Smith, who is the creative director at the Channel 4 show’s production company Love Productions, previously revealed that there was only one coronavirus scare during the shoot, which turned out to be a false alarm. “It was a massive operation,” he said. “It felt like the safest place in Britain.”The Great British Bake Off continues on Tuesday at 8pm on Channel 4.READ MORE: GBBO's Latest Axed Baker Penned A Letter After Their Exit, And It's A Real Tear-Jerker Great British Bake Off Returns To Innuendo-Heavy Best In Biscuit Week Toppling Tiers And Custard Crimes: Great British Bake Off’s Biggest Disasters Ever
For people who only have to tap their bank card to pay for their day-to-day shopping, and can access their account balance at the push of a phone button, the closure of a nearby cash machine will probably be met with a shrug of the shoulders, if even noticed at all.For some, the biggest impact this might have could be the minor irritation of having to root around in their pockets for some loose change when the card machine goes down at the local off-licence, or having to dash an extra half a mile to the nearest machine when they find out the takeaway around the corner only takes cash.   But while digital innovations have helped make buying goods and services quick, simple and efficient for millions across the country, it’s a serious mistake to merely view the changes to the way we make payments on an individual basis – to get a true understanding, we need to recognise how it impacts on communities. Related... Asking Boris Johnson To Explain His Own Coronavirus Rules Is 'Gotcha' Journalism, Says Minister Most Firefighters Struggled To Access PPE At Height Of Covid Crisis, Union Says While the cash machine at the end of the road may be rarely, if ever, used by a tech-savvy teenager, it could be a lifeline to their elderly next door neighbour who struggles with their mobility, or someone on a low income who prefers using cash as a way to control their spending.   Our research has found that thousands of cash machines and bank branches have disappeared across the country in recent years, meaning this is a situation that confronts millions of people across hundreds of communities, a situation that has been made even worse by the pandemic.Figures from the financial regulator on Tuesday showed that a staggering 59,000 people had no access to cash within three miles of their home at the peak of the bank branch and cash machine closures during the first national lockdown.Without access to online banking, a closure could mean a miles-long journey by public transport to take out the money someone uses to make every payment, including for food and medicine.This could be a significant challenge for those with mobility problems or who live in areas with poor public transport. But even when people can get their hands on it, cash transactions themselves may now be at risk as retailers are wary of the safety of cash.This is highlighted by the growing number of shop fronts now displaying signs stating they only accept contactless payments, despite evidence showing that cash presents a low risk of infection compared to other surfaces such as plastic and stainless steel, and can be guarded against by taking basic precautions such as hand washing.Many people wrongly assume that the only people who rely on cash are the elderly.And while many people assume that those who rely on cash are elderly, our campaign to protect people’s access to cash has heard from a wide cross-section of society, including those living with disabilities or on tight budgets, as well as rural and isolated communities that have such poor levels of connectivity that they struggle to take advantage of new banking technology even if they wanted to.A woeful lack of action from the banking industry to serve these customers over recent years has seen these problems grow to a point where the cash system is now at breaking point, and urgent solutions are needed before it collapses completely.That’s why the announcement of a rollout of several trial schemes designed to address these issues is an important potential breakthrough. Nine communities that have significant problems with cash access from across the UK will take part.These include Burslem, in Staffordshire, which became the first town in the UK with a population of over 20,000 to have neither a bank branch nor bank ATM on its high street, Cambuslang in South Lanarkshire, where the community is keen to find new ways to  support financially vulnerable customers’ access to cash, and Rochford in Essex, which has an ageing population who are heavily reliant on cash. If the cash system collapses, millions of consumers could be left abandoned as a result.They will test out a range of tailored solutions which, as well as installing new cash machines, will also try out innovations such as shared banking hubs in empty high street shops, and widespread access to cashback, even in locations like pubs.  If successful, these initiatives could help set us on a path that keeps cash a sustainable payment method for those who need it, alongside the new ways to pay that have become increasingly popular. So the banking industry must look to replicate trials that are shown to be effective in similar communities nationwide as soon as it can.  But given these schemes are still in their early stages, and the results won’t be established for a while yet, it’s vital that the government takes charge of the issue now and urgently steps in to guarantee access to cash for the millions who use it every day.Its future can only be truly secured when the government introduces the legislation on cash that it committed to in the Budget.If it delays any further, the cash system could collapse, leaving this pledge obsolete and millions of consumers left abandoned as a result.Gareth Shaw is head of money at Which.Related... 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