Q&A: Unpaid intern - what are your rights?

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A weak jobs market means more young people are applying for internships

Many volunteers working unpaid for employers could be entitled to wages, according to Kayte Lawton, a research fellow at the Institute for Public Policy Research think tank. She has been talking to BBC News' employment correspondent, Martin Shankleman.

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