Third sector faces a 'jobs contract lottery'

Ministers have been accused of creating a "postcode lottery" for worklessness charities and community groups that seek to help the long-term unemployed after analysis of the Government's flagship welfare-to-work scheme showed that few third sector bodies are winning contracts in some areas.

by Allister Hayman

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