Birmingham diverts 91% of worklessness fund

Birmingham City Council has spent less than nine per cent of its allocation of a government joblessness fund on schemes directly related to its core objective of tackling worklessness and boosting skills and enterprise.

by Allister Hayman and Sam Thorp
Healey: Councils will be required to submit detailed spending plans next year
Healey: Councils will be required to submit detailed spending plans next year

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