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At, PMQs today, David Cameron claimed: “Our work experience programme is seeing half of the young people taking part getting into work – that is the same result as the Future Jobs Fund and it cost 20 times less – that is the truth – our programme is good value for taxpayers’ money, is getting […]

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At PMQs on 25 January 2012, David Cameron said: “There are more people in work today than there were at the time of the last election” This was misleading as Channel 4′s Cathy Newman revealed: “Mr Cameron didn’t make the distinction between public and private sectors. He lumped everyone together, to claim that there are […]

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In December 2010, the Prime Minister said in the House of Commons that: “Over the past six months, we have seen 300,000 new private sector jobs.” Cameron could have only come to a 300,000 figure by comparing private sector employment of 22,539,000 in March 2010 – two months before the general election – with 22,858,000 […]

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At Prime Minister’s Questions on 20 October 2010, David Cameron said: ‘On unemployment, the independent Office for Budget Responsibility, which we have established and which is fully independent, is forecasting that unemployment will fall next year, the year after and the year after that. It is forecasting that employment…will rise next year, the year after […]

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