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Are there no architectural companies on Merseyside who could have produced a more aesthetically pleasing building and located it in a more suitable location, and also give work to local people?
Of course governments give work to private sector companies which creates or sustains jobs but he cannot deny that all governments are notorious for wasting enormous amounts of taxpayers' money.
They are also pleased that having WORKED with local Jobcentre Plus staff, they have been able to give WORK to 70 people who were previously unemployed.
A FEW months back I wrote about the outrage that Remploy factories, which give work to people with disabilities, were being shut down by the Government.
The EU must, without delay, make work more attractive, give work to the unemployed and find a balance between job security and flexibility on the labour market, according to the Social Europe guide'.
I believe these new bins come from France; Why, oh why, did England not get the chance, To manufacture and supply them to our hall doors, Give work to our boys and girls once more.
This visit will only give work to a limited number of people for a short time.
Peter Croft, Stena Line's Holyhead-based marketing co-ordinator, said: "We switched the contract from Kent to an Anglesey garage because it was a chance to give work to local businesses and the people they employ.
Having done its job exposing what went wrong, the commission's work now must give work to our elected officials, who must demonstrate that they've done and continue to do all they can to make America safer.
The answer is simply to confiscate the businesses and bank accounts of any people who knowingly give work to these illegal immigrants.
New, large Southeast Asian producing countries are emerging such as Vietnam and Cambodia, where production costs are far lower and where it is of national priority to give work to the low income groups of the population.
Traveling to cities from Charleston to San Diego--and in some cases overseas--these operations, which commonly intermingle dancers from various troupes and even give work to those who are unattached, seem to suit all concerned.