Nice to know that Comrade Brown is still alive and has turned for work at least one day this week. Just read this proposal:
He told MPs that, from January, everyone under 25 years old who has been unemployed for a year would get a guaranteed job, work experience or training place - and by "next spring" would have the "obligation to accept that guaranteed offer" or face having their benefits cut
Can't wait to see how this is going to affect me, since I'm under 25 and actually hold a full commercial pilot's license, a physics/computer science degree, and so far have been turned down for every single job I've applied for. Well, I say turned down, only 2 companies ever wrote back to let me know. One was kind enough to interview me but told me that I was over-qualified for the role, and another said that they wouldn't employ anyone who couldn't promise to stay for more than a couple of years.
Does he think that everyone under 25 who doesn't have a job is enjoying having made a total ****-up of their life? ****.