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Unemployment Heads For 1m By Summer

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dont think this has had a mention


"12,600 jump takes total to highest level since 2003 "

"With higher council tax bills and energy bills already hitting household budgets, this trend of rising unemployment is yet another unwelcome worry. In the months to come more households may feel the pinch with personal debt and mortgage repayments put under greater pressure."

Theres more so have a read

Also doesnt help when the NHS is chopping jobs left right and centre (by the 100s)

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