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hampshire-county-council-office-elizabeth-ii-court-in-winchester-FDA1Y2.jpg?profile=RESIZE_400xA COUNCIL will spend more than £2m to counter job losses caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

Many people have found themselves out of work after the Covid-19 outbreak, but Hampshire County Council is optimistic that it can get people back into employment.

The council has committed to doubling its apprenticeship levy funding to £2m, as well as investing £1.3m into adult and community learning.


Portsmouth Evening News



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