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The Back to Work Scheme was designed to get thousands of unemployed people off benefits and back into work - but one man from Norfolk says it's failed him and many others.
Peter Jones says he's still without a job and there's nothing on the horizon. Kate Prout reports
ITV Anglia's Elodie Harper has been to meet Jim Clements who's still working at the age of 100
Jim Clements got fed up with retirement when he was 66 and decided to get a job.
He's now 100 and is still working as a part-time temp at a security company in Harlow.
He does office work, makes the tea and says he has no plans to give up work.
We'll have more on Jim later in the day.
Two projects designed to boost seaside economies will benefit from more than £1.5m.
Suffolk County Council is to receive £762,000 to create 200 new apprenticeships.
The money will allow them to develop skills for the low-carbon energy sector in coastal communities in Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex.
The RAK Maritime Project will receive £757,000 to provide maritime training to 63 young people each year over two years to support the renewable energy industry in East Anglia.
The money comes from a Government scheme designed to boost the economies of seaside areas.
It forms part of a £24 million Coastal Communities Fund launched earlier this year and further projects will be announced over the coming months.