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Ten thousand constituents in Glasgow East are on unemployment benefits
Welfare reforms damage Labour’s Glasgow campaign

Labour campaigners are ignoring questions about the wisdom of introducing welfare reforms during a by-election battle for Glasgow East, a constituency with 10,000 people on unemployment benefit. That particular benefit will now be replaced with an ’employment support allowance’ for those with medical problems preventing them working and Job Seekers’ Allowance for those who are… Read more »

Recruitment of ethnic minorities has barely improved over the last two decades
Minority employment at ‘1980’s levels’

Employment levels among ethnic minorities have shown no signs of improvement despite a flood of government spending, an influential group of MPs has found. The gap with the national average stands at over 14 per cent, just 1.3 per cent lower than in 1987 despite £40 million of Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) funding… Read more »