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To the Unemployed: Question Time: A Service of Information

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Richard Clements
This new service of information for unemployed listeners has already fully justified itself. When it had been in existence only ten days, the number of letters received amounted to 1,500, and letters are now reaching Broadcasting House in increasing numbers.
All letters receive a personal reply, and questions are welcomed on such subjects as Unemployed Benefit, Insurance, Housing, and so forth, and personal problems arising out of regulations concerning them. Letters should be addressed to Broadcasting House, London (envelope marked with the letter 'U'), and they will be forwarded to the National Council of Social Service, who will reply to them.
This morning Mr. Richard Clements will explain another of the Acts that concern unemployed men and women.

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To the Unemployed: Question Time: A Service of Information

National Programme Daventry, 4 February 1935 11.00






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