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This week’s most read: Leaders’ debates, Labour’s working class problem and MIPIM

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The most read articles on Left Foot Forward this week.

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Look Left, our daily political round up, will be going out shortly.

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More apprentices not receiving minimum wage under coalition

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The proportion of apprentices not receiving the National Minimum Wage has risen from 20 per cent in 2011 to 29 per cent in 2012.

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This week’s most read: Osborne’s benefit freeze, the rise of UKIP and the 15%

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The most read articles on Left Foot Forward this week.

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This week’s most read: UKIP on the up, Miliband’s six point plan and devolution

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The most read articles on Left Foot Forward this week.

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Left Foot Forward readers back airstrikes on IS

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A majority of Left Foot Forward readers back some form of military action against the so-called Islamic State, according to our latest poll.

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Event: Where now for a two-state solution?

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Left Foot Forward is hosting a discussion about Israel, Palestine and the prospects for a two state solution at this year’s Labour Party conference in Manchester.

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VIDEO: How can public engagement in politics be sustained?

Left Foot Forward’s James Bloodworth and Charlie Beckett of the Polis think tank talk about the Scottish independence referendum and getting people politically engaged.

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Unemployment down 146,000 to 2.02 million

Unemployment decreased by 146,000 in the three months to Juy 2014 to 2.02 million, with the unemployment rate now at 6.2 per cent, today’s labour market statistics reveal.

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Event: How can we make economic growth work for everyone?

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Left Foot Forward is hosting a discussion about making economic growth fairer at this year’s Labour Party conference in Manchester.

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