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The number of people claiming unemployment benefits has increased every month for the past year.
Nearly 500 more people are claiming unemployment benefits across Kent, the latest figures reveal.
Hundreds more people are claiming unemployment benefits across Kent, the latest figures reveal.
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More than 1,100 more people in the county are claiming unemployment benefits according to the latest figures.
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Dole queues lengthened by 640 people across Kent as unemployment increased nationally by a small margin.
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The number of people on unemployment benefits in Kent has risen by more than 300 in the last month - with women accounting for most of the increase.