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  • I find it quite odd that when you see some of the most influential people coming together with an idea to get young people in Norwich into jobs, and the local newspaper supports the campaign, that there is so much negativity. Chloe Smith has actively supported and encouraged similar efforts and schemes that assist young people to find jobs, with the government's Apprentice scheme being just one of them, and I know that Archant themselves have found real value in employing youngsters as apprentices. Finally, I doubt whether Chloe Smith is losing any sleep over Jessica Asato when her opening gambit was: “We need to show there is an alternative to this government’s failed economic policies..." On that point she might need to look closer to home with her own Labour party. In 1997 Labour inherited a budget that was actually in balance. After a painful and turbulent decade under the Tories, the public finances had finally been brought under control. After just four years in office Gordon Brown took out the country's credit card and let rip. By the end of 2009-10 our annual deficit had ballooned to £170.8 billion.

    The Mardler

    Monday, January 28, 2013

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