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Still a job to do.

THE lower than expected rise in unemployment offers a glimmer of hope the recession really is ending.

We mustn't get carried away. Many are still suffering the pain of being dumped on the dole.

But the rate of increase did slow and we hope the figures are a sign Britain is bouncing back instead of a false dawn.

In previous recessions, unemployment has continued climbing long after the return of economic growth. The recession created by a global financial collapse was fast and deep.

Perhaps it will also be shorter.

Getting Britain back to work must be a Labour Government's priority so there must be no slacking in Downing Street.
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Date:Oct 15, 2009
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