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"The Work Choice Programme has given me the confidence and knowledge that enabled me to apply myself to the task of finding employment by gaining the conviction of my abilities."
"Organisations like The Salvation Army are doing an enormous amount to help unemployed people move back into work. By opening their doors, and giving people the opportunity to gain vital skills and work experience, they are making a huge difference to the lives of jobseekers."
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4th Mar 2013 12:00AM
John Penrose, MP for Weston-super-Mare, visited a city community centre to see how jobseekers are being helped into long-term employment.