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Over two-thirds of Brits would work for nothing to land dream job
Nearly 70 per cent of the British public would be prepared to work for nothing for up to three months if it meant landing their dream job, according to a new survey.
Unemployed people treated like slaves at Jubilee
London - The Diamond Jubilee celebrations are over, but one group of people were definitely not rejoicing. In fact, they will probably remember the occasion for all the wrong reasons.
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