Today for Action Special the lines are open for you to put your questions on the problems of unemployment to
Sally Hawkins of the Citizens' Advice Bureau and Jim Denham , a voluntary worker. If you need advice about coping financially, the benefits you are entitled to, or how to deal with the depression of unemployment then ring [number removed]between
2.0 and 3.30.
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