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David Cameron has seized on a drop in unemployment to urge Scots to reject independence. The Office for National Statistics confirmed this morning that unemployment had dropped to its lowest rate since late 2008. Britain's joblessness rate for May to July 2014 stood at 6.2%, with the number out of work down by 146,000 on...
Centre for Policy Studies press release Leading economist Tim Morgan warns against any sense of complacency over Britain’s economic future despite the recent enco...
David Cameron admitted he was "nervous" ahead of the Scottish independence vote, but hailed unemployment figures as a sign of the UK's strength. "Everyone wh...
Citizens Advice press release Stagnant wages are the price of falling unemployment Citizens Advice has warned that whilst a further fall in unemployment is good...
Mark Harper welcomed new figures which show a fall in unemployment although he acknowledged that many of the new jobs were “entry level positions”. “First of all ...
Unite Press Release Treasury select committee urged to probe the ‘true’ nature of the jobless figures The Commons Treasury select committee should investigate wh...
17/09/2014 on Sky News
17/09/2014 on Daily Politics, BBC 2
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