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Mum goes from £100k-a-year to relying on daughter's apprentice wages as coronavirus wrecks business

high-flyer has gone from earning six figures to relying on her teenage daughter apprentice to buy their food during the pandemic.Lynn Hope Thomas once raked in up to £100,000 and enjoyed all the trappings as a successful business analyst.But coronavirus has pushed her business to the brink – to the point she even fears losing her home.Lynn, 55, told the Manchester Evening News : “I'm really scared I’m going to lose my house.“I’m frightened.

I can’t describe how gut-wrenching it is."You’re just out there in the firing line with no means of which to defend yourself.” Lynn, from Bolton, is among the thousands of people who lost employment when the UK went into lockdown earlier year.

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