A car cushion shop in Warrington has been forced to close and will move to a new location after owner Jamie Williams said the business would have to close if he did not receive funding from the Government.

Mr Williams, who opened Car Cushion Shop in the suburb of Warrington in 2015, said he had been told by the Government that it was in his best interests to shut down the business because of the Government’s funding requirements.

“I can’t afford to go back to this place,” he said.

“If the Government doesn’t want me to reopen, I’m just going to move somewhere else.”

Mr Williams said he was receiving funding from Government grants from the Office of Budget Responsibility and was not receiving any funding from car insurance companies.

He said he would have no option but to close the shop.

“We are going to have to sell the car,” he told Radio 5 Live.

“What’s happening is they want to close up shop and get into government funding. “

“They don’t want to pay for the carpet. “

“When they tell me to close it down, it’s not going to happen. “

“But I have to get funding for the carpets, for the shop, for me to get the business back going again.” “

Mr Ross said the shop was struggling to survive and he was hoping for help from Car CUSHION. “

But I have to get funding for the carpets, for the shop, for me to get the business back going again.”

Mr Ross said the shop was struggling to survive and he was hoping for help from Car CUSHION.

“There’s a lot of work that needs to be done for us to keep going, to make sure we’re in the business,” he explained.

The Government has yet to respond to the ABC’s request for comment.”

So that is our main focus, it needs to get back going.”

The Government has yet to respond to the ABC’s request for comment.

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