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Credit: BBC Broadcast Archive
Clip #: 003-06-21ECSD
Collection: BBC Broadcast Archive

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Transmission date: 03 January, 2006
Release info: Not released. More information
Source: BBC Broadcast Archive
Object name: 003-06-21EC
Clip length: 00:02:35:00

Government won't back down on controversial reforms of incapacity... Stock Footage VideoBBC Archives,Government,Human Interest,ReformPhotographer Collection: BBC Broadcast Archive Government won't back down on controversial reforms of incapacity benefit. Work and Pensions Secretary John Hutton says the measures, to be announced later this month, will include new proposals to get claimants back to work<br>Guid: ANBP003R<br>Story Number: 003/06/21EC
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