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Tories warn of 'hidden' jobless
Employment at ‘near record’ levels

Employment has reached near record levels, while the number of people claiming the main out of work benefits continues to fall, the government claimed today. The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) reported 29.97 million people are actively in employment after an annual rise of 144,000. This represents one of the highest-ever figures and contributes… Read more »

Ex-minister claims New Deal failing
‘Woeful’ New Deal criticised

A former minister for welfare reform has criticised one of Gordon Brown’s flagship policies on unemployment. Frank Field MP argues the New Deal for young people is “woeful” and has failed to reverse unemployment since its launch in 1998. Published by the think tank Reform Welfare Isn’t Working: The New Deal for Young People claims… Read more »