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Jeremy discusses dealing with long-term unemployment, the first hand transplant in the UK, how to get your money back when returning goods and the death of the last '39er'.
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Unemployment, the first hand transplant in the UK, returning Xmas presents and Alfie Fripp
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Labour’s Ed Balls says he wants to provide 6 month’s work for the long-term unemployed.
For the first time ever in the UK, a man in Yorkshire has had a hand transplant.
Are you trying to return that item you don’t want – perhaps a Christmas present?
The oldest '39er', a soldier who spent all of WW2 as a prisoner, has died as the age of 98
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