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Controversial company hired to get disabled people off benefit - Monday 24 September 2007

An Australian multinational group founded and run by Thérèse Rein, the wife of Kevin Rudd, leader of the opposition Labor Party, plans to become the biggest provider of "welfare to work" programmes for up to a million disabled people in Britain under a re

Unions and charities are furious that Mr Hain has handed over the lion's share of the first tranche of privatised services to the Ingeus group under a deal which will not include union recognition and will not safeguard jobs on the same conditions as in Whitehall.

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