The latest fall in unemployment becomes a rise if you take out the massive drop in London.
Unemployment is set to rise to 2.7m in 2013.
A decent idea born at a time when the jobs were there produces perverse results when they are not.
A think tank has said that unemployment will rise to 9 per cent this year.
Why does a Labour MP think it is in the interests of his constituents to attack eastern Europeans?
Black unemployment in the UK has been higher in the last three recessions.
The squeeze on household budgets was felt more strongly this month than last.
The left can't afford to seem snobby about opportunities, but employers have obligations too.