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So Remploy wasn’t too expensive afterall… Regional Growth fund spends £200,000 per job

So Remploy wasn't too expensive afterall... Regional Growth fund spends £200,000 per job

As a result of the Sayce Review, the government concluded that £25,000 was far too much to spend on getting […]

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Police demonstrations coincide with public sector strikes

Police demonstrations coincide with public sector strikes

Yesterday saw hundreds of thousands of public sector workers go on strike, from teachers to immigration staff at Heathrow.  While […]

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Ken Clarke announces new diversity rules for judges

Ken Clarke announces new diversity rules for judges

Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke announced a new set of laws today that will remove obstacles which can limit diversity in […]

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LSIS Board welcomes five new Trustees

LSIS Board welcomes five new Trustees

The Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS) has revealed the next five Trustees who will join the LSIS Board comprising […]

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Boost for UK apprenticeships

Boost for UK apprenticeships

India’s second largest IT company has announced that it plans to launch an apprenticeship programme in the UK.  Infosys Ltd […]

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Government warns claimants of changes to benefit system

Government warns claimants of changes to benefit system

The Government has written to all households which may be affect by the new caps introduced on benefit payments. The […]

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1,500 young people apply for 28 apprenticeship places in Norfolk

1,500 young people apply for 28 apprenticeship places in Norfolk

An apprenticeship programme aimed at helping young NEETs in Norfolk has been completely oversubscribed with 53 applicants applying for every […]

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WCA: unconditional support cases increase

WCA: unconditional support cases increase

New figures show the proportion of disabled people found eligible for unconditional support under the ​fitness for work regime is […]

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Drug tests for new benefit claimants

Drug tests for new benefit claimants

The legislation which requires new applicants of welfare to undergo drugs test has been voted in… Relax…. this has been […]

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Remploy workers only making cups of tea

Remploy workers only making cups of tea

Welsh Government Education Minister Leighton Andrews has called for the Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith to be sacked […]

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