Report claims rise of the City has sucked £7,000 a year from the pockets of other workers
John Prescott slams Close Protection UK for its treatment of unpaid stewards and brings its Olympics contract under scrutiny
Downing Street adviser Adrian Beecroft Says Lib Dem business secretary 'does little to support business'
Youth unemployment and jobseekers allowance totals drop – but minister warns of 'international uncertainty'
More than 2.6 million people are unemployed - the highest level since 1994
Six times more people are worried about losing their job now than in 2009, BBC survey claims
This scheme is the Future Jobs Fund resurrected: scrapping minimum wage is a better solution
Austerity programme has failed young people - and competition from foreign workers doesn't help
Rise in unemployment 'inevitable' says one survey, but another claims companies are optimistic
What's it like to be a woman in the macho world of banking? 12 female City types reveal all
Singer-songwriter Carole King, whose 1971 album ‘Tapestry’ stayed in the charts for more than six years, performs at the White House yesterday. President Obama presented her with the Gershwin Price for her lifetime contribution to popular music.
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