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Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) workers with degrees are two and half times more likely to be unemployed than white graduates, according to new analysis published by the TUC today (15 April 2016).
Taxpayers Against Poverty says that the income of the unemployed has been shredded, taxed and hit by ever rising rents.
The children's charity Barnardo’s has expressed concern about the UK government’s plans to cap spending on parts of Annually Managed Expenditure.
Total unemployment in the UK is currently 4.78 million, close to double the headline unemployment figure, says new TUC analysis.
New labour market statistics published this week show that it is boom time again for the super-rich, and dole queues for many others.
As students anxiously await 'A'-Level exam results this week, concerns continue about economic prospects in austerity-driven Britain.
A reminder that Church Urban Fund and Frontier Youth Trust are running a workshop to inspire and equip churches and faith-based groups in England to support young people struggling with unemployment.
“Britain’s social housing estates, once stepping stones of opportunity, are now ghettos for our poorest people,” Iain Duncan Smith, Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, declared in 2009.
The latest UK-wide unemployment figures published on 18 January 2012 are even worse than previous bleak economic forecasts predicted.
If they become unemployed, low-paid workers are most likely to be on the dole for more than six months, according to a new TUC analysis.
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