Work Programme 'will do little for weaker areas'

The employment minister has launched the Government's new payment-by-results back-to-work programme amid claims that it will do little to improve job opportunities for people living in economically weaker areas.

by David Hickey
Welfare reform minister Lord Freud (left) and employment minister Chris Grayling
Welfare reform minister Lord Freud (left) and employment minister Chris Grayling

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