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JOBLESS: A queue of youths stand outside the Job Centre in Charing Cross, London, to raise awareness of the million young people out of work in the UK

UNEMPLOYMENT IN Britain is now officially over 2.5 million. One in nine people are chasing every job. These latest figures show a jump of more than 100,000 from June to August this year.

The good news is that the next unemployment figures should show a significant drop, because at the beginning of August many of those 100,000 gave the Government an opportunity to take them off the dole and put them behind bars for burnin' and lootin'.

The bad news is that the Government won't be able to bring unemployment down even further until they build more jails.

Worse news is that the youths will have to get a beating, because they represent the largest group of unemployed. And we know that with all those hormones raging in their bodies they are the quickest to get vexed.

Black youths are going to feel it the most. They are going to find it at least twice as tough as their white counterparts, because whilst unemployment amongst 16-24 year olds is 21.3 percent, amongst black 16-24 year olds it is at least double that.

One in two or three young black Britons are unemployed! And with all those hormones raging in their young bodies, and the heavy load of history, culture and prejudice that they have to bear, they don't just get vex, they get ‘VECK’!

Before you know it, they’re up before a judge asking the court to take one or two minor offences into consideration while still insisting that he didn't shoot the deputy.

The worst news of all is that those boys in the Treasury can do their sums, and looking at those figures, if the Government needs to make a significant decrease in the unemployment total all they've got to do is get black youths ‘veck’.

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