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Would you spot teen abuse?

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A new campaign challenges the attitudes of teenagers to relationship violence and abuse. 75 per cent of girls and 50 per cent of boys report that they have experienced some form of emotional abuse

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Agency workers will be entitled to new employment rights from 1 October 2011. They will give you an entitlement to the same basic employment and working conditions as if you'd been recruited directly

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