Government back-to-work scheme ruled as legally flawed

The case was brought by Cait Reilly, who had to work for free at Poundland last year

The Government’s ‘back-to-work’ schemes, which came under fire last year when an undergraduate was made to work for Poundland for free, are legally flawed, the Supreme Court has ruled.

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