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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.
British court ruling declares government work schemes unlawful
UK government works and pensions minister, Iain Duncan Smith, introduced a wide range of sweeping welfare reforms. A court of appeal ruling Tuesday has 'blown a big hole' in his return-to-work schemes.
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