But when we look at what’s going on the ground, many people find it difficult to find the money or the time to look for jobs. Even when they have found work, many families still face poverty, having to get high cost sub-prime loans because they are refused better value loans.
Let’s get this straight – the more disadvantaged people are, the harder they’re going to be it by the recession. That’s why the advice and support by organisations such as @jrf_uk is so critical:
We may be able to reboot the banks at the touch of a Treasury button, but rebooting people’s livelihoods requires a far more radical approach.