With the Welfare Secretary, Iain Duncan Smith, he will have to find a way of encouraging members of the underclass into work, and that will inevitably entail stemming the tide of immigrants who are still taking three-quarters of new jobs.
Typical bloody Mail, they always find a way to blame immigrants for every single thing that happens! If that figure is true and they really care about the unemployed* then they should be practical and look at the reasons why immigrants are more likely to find work (and not made-up stuff about PC quotas or whatever, but something concrete and practical such as what skills they might have that Britons lack and how they gained them). Instead they're going to use these events (like every other news event) to push their own agenda.
*I doubt the Mail truly care about unemployment, they just pretend to be concerned as an excuse to bash foreigners and anyone who tolerates them. They're like the people I've had over the years telling me that "immigrants like you steal our jobs" (I was born here but their minds are already made up) who had the same kind of false concern. These people didn't pay any attention to anything at school, they were more interested in gossiping and bullying and all that bullshit, they had no idea what they wanted to do when they grew up, some of them had no intention of ever working and were proud of it (e.g. rich kids who thought they could live off inherited money forever), and those that got into uni chose degrees that they weren't remotely interested in but thought would be "doss subjects" (if you have to choose an "easy" degree, then maybe you shouldn't be doing one in the first place). But the moment they wanted to have a go at someone who looked a bit foreign they suddenly became hard-working taxpayers and very keen on getting jobs. These idiots wouldn't get my job (or any job!), even if I never existed, so how have I "stolen" it from them? Sorry if I'm going off on a bit of a tangent but I think these people I know have exactly the same mentality as the Mail.