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The mother of the youngest British soldier to be killed in Afghanistan says she's on hunger strike in protest at losing benefits because she received compensation following her son's death. The government has missed its target in getting people back into work and off welfare. During the first year of its flagship Work Programme, just three and a half percent of people were found a job lasting six months or more. Listeners tell us their experiences of the programme. Plus 'I'm a Celebrity' MP Nadine Dorries faces questions from constituents on her local BBC radio station.

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Tue 27 Nov 2012 10:00