Giving Young People a Future

By giving those who’ve been out of work for more than a year a job, banning exploitative zero hours contracts, expanding apprenticeships and cutting tuition fees.

Screen_Shot_2015-03-31_at_22.20.05.pngEniola Quadry
Sixth form student, Princes Ward

"Upon meeting Simon I instantly knew he was motivated in helping teenagers and young people like me secure a better long term future. There are more than three quarters of a million young people in Britain without jobs or hope. We need to change that. Labour would give those who’ve been out of work for more than a year a job, ban exploitative zero hours contracts, guarantee every school-leaver who gets the grades a high-quality apprenticeship and cut tuition fees for those going to university."

 

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