IDS visits Chelmsford
THE leader of the Conservative Party visited East Anglia yesterday to attend a course about how to achieve life skills and find suitable jobs.Iain Duncan Smith was visiting Chelmsford Training Services, a private training company specialising in youth development.
THE leader of the Conservative Party visited East Anglia yesterday to attend a course about how to achieve life skills and find suitable jobs.
Iain Duncan Smith was visiting Chelmsford Training Services, a private training company specialising in youth development.
Mr Duncan Smith had a briefing with members of staff at Chelmer Village before taking part in talks with some of those involved in the scheme.
He said it had been an inspiring experience and a set-up he would like to see expanded.
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"It takes young people who have been failed by society and gives them new targets, it is a course that works very well.
"Different operations like this are growing across the country and we certainly need more of them."
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He added the need for such incentives was a reflection of the way the Government had failed some young people in society.
Later Mr Duncan Smith was the guest of honour at the annual dinner of Saffron Walden Conservatives.