with music on record and in session and John Walters shredding the week's music press. including at 7.45
The Radio 1 Talkshow On the Dole or On the Scrounge?
The Prime Minister said:
'Young people ought not to be idle. It is very bad for them. It starts them off wrong.' Should the Government withdraw your benefit if you're out of work and refuse a place on YTS? Should you still be able to claim board and lodging allowance if you leave home to find work?
Join Simon Bates for a live debate from Margate
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