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Unemployed People, Salisbury

Volume 175: debated on Monday 2 July 1990

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To ask the Secretary of State for Employment, of the 150 people claiming unemployment-related benefits at his Salisbury office, who are registered as not having a permanent or fixed address, how many have had (a) availability and (b) actively seeking work interviews.

The employment service became an executive agency on 2 April 1990. Mr. Mike Fogden, the Employment Service agency's chief executive, will be replying in writing to my hon. Friend.