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Unemployment in the UK has honoured the memory of Margaret Thatcher’s premiership today by rising to 2.56 million.
The touching tribute came as 20,000 under 25-year-olds also decided to pay their respects to the former prime minister by adding their names to the jobseekers’ register in the last three months.
Manufacturing and construction were also keen to honour the legacy of Britain’s first female prime minister by drastically falling to their lowest level in several years.
And inflation joined in the moving tributes to Lady Thatcher by rising to a nine-month high.
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