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Young people 'not abandoned'

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Bereaved mother Jacqui Janes has said she accepts Gordon Brown's apology for mistakes made in a letter of condolence about her son's death in Afghanistan.

Asked about the Sun's coverage of the story, Lord Mandelson told the programme that "if you read the Sun you'd think that the enemy, that our brave troops on the ground are fighting, is the British government".

The Skills Secretary was also asked about his plans to tackle youth unemployment, which could soon exceed one million, with thousands of unemployed graduates joining the growing number of 16 to 24 year olds who are not in employment, education or training (Neets).

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