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A company has pulled out of the Government’s controversial back-to-work scheme days after a visit from George Osborne to promote the programme. The Chancellor visited Byteback IT Solutions in Bristol earlier this month to publicise the Help to Work scheme, but the company faced a storm of criticism on social media over t...
Treasury press release The Chancellor, George Osborne, has today welcomed the news that Virgin Money will create a further 200 jobs this year, with 120 of these i...
Public and Commercial Services union press release Passport workers to strike after agency stalls on staffing crisis Thousands of passport workers will strike on...
TUC press release Responding to the new growth forecast for the United Kingdom, published today (Thursday) in the IMF’s World Economic Outlook, TUC General Secreta...
Welsh Government press release Further Jobs Growth Wales success as 735 jobs filled in just one month More good news for young entrepreneurs as 317 new businesse...
In places like Dundee, Nottingham, Birmingham, Newcastle upon Tyne, Liverpool, Leicester, Newham, Walsall, Hartlepool, Manchester and Middlesbrough the level of empl...
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