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Job Centre at 100

It's 100 years since the first job centres opened, when they were known as labour exchanges, one of Winston Churchill's lesser-known achievements. On the 1 February 1910, 62 of them opened their doors. Correspondent Flora Watkins reports on how one of them, in Hackney in the East End of London, is holding an exhibition to mark its centenary.


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