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The New Deal has helped someone off benefits and into work every three minutes since it was aunched a decade ago. As the New Deal marks its ten-year anniversary the government has moved to defend its flagship unemployment programme, claiming it has helped more than 1.8 million people find work. The often-criticised New Deal combines… Read more »

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Ministers ‘drawing back’ from child poverty pledge

Gordon Brown has been accused of backing away from his pledge to eradicate child poverty. A report from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) found one in three children are still living in poverty, while MPs questioned the government’s commitment to halving child poverty by 2010. The JRF report found poverty had worsened over the past… Read more »