We looked inside some of the tweets by @resfoundation and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
My Friday chart rabbit hole - Eat Out to Help Out and covid infections: .@HMRCgovuk published data on Eat Out to Help Out take-up by parliamentary constituency, and they make for interesting reading - even if they only show claims up to 27th August so far. https://t.co/h5P4UR0zG2
The popularity of 'Eat Out to Help Out' varied hugely across local areas of the UK. But did discounted food hotspots help drive large rises in covid infections? No, as this must-read thread from @carapacitti shows.... https://t.co/y3Nb6v7YnT
@HMRCgovuk Take-up of the Job Retention Scheme is all about which sectors of the economy you work in, and its increasingly concentrated in hard-hit sectors like hospitality and leisure. Firms and workers here will need further support after October to prevent a huge rise in unemployment. https://t.co/KgUIiTHgN8
We were down to 4.8m employees furloughed by end of July - most (3.5m) fully furloughed (ie not working at all). This is 1) a big fall from almost 9m in May 2) still massive (over 1 in 10 employees still not working) https://t.co/e20y9QCrHQ