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The number of working households in poverty has risen by 1.5million since 2004, according to a new report for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. The research also found that two-thirds of unemployed people who found work over the last year are paid less than the living wage.
Press Release from Labour: Rachel Reeves MP, Labour’s Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary, responding to the Joseph Rowntree Foundation report on poverty and socia...
Chuka Umunna set out the thinking behind Labour's new pledge to launch a crackdown on job agencies, some of whom he said were exploiting loopholes in European law to...
Responding to a Joseph Rowntree Foundation report which found a rise in in-work poverty, David Willetts said the government had prevented people from being "trapped ...
Trussell Trust press release Low income and welfare problems see foodbank numbers rise by 38% despite economic recovery * Almost 500,000 people given three day...
Press Release from UK Trade and Investment: PRIME MINISTER HAILS 1,800 JOBS IN BRITAIN AT UK INVESTMENT SUMMIT Prime Minister David Cameron has today announced...
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