Thousands of people applying for a single job vacancy could become the new normal unless Boris Johnson acts now to save jobs, Gordon Brown has warned.
He also called for the Prime Minister to apologise for mistakes instead of doubling down on errors.
Mr Brown said: “He speaks a lot of Latin, but the two words you’ll never hear him say are ‘mea culpa’.”
It comes as Mr Brown launches a campaign to prevent huge unemployment.
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September 17, 2020