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Last April, employment minister Chris Grayling said the 'vast majority' of new claimants for sickness benefits were in fact able to go back to work

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Employers reject jobs scheme that's all work and no pay

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<p>1. Retro Yellow</p>
<p>£23, jasmineway.co.uk</p>
<p>There isn't anything subtle about this retro vase from Jasmineway but if you are looking for a statement vase, this is the one for you.</p>

The 10 Best vases

1. Retro Yellow

£23, jasmineway.co.uk

There isn't anything subtle about this retro vase from Jasmineway but if you are looking for a statement vase, this is the one for you.

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