The Prince's Trust is celebrating 30 years of helping London's young unemployed create their own businesses. The start-up programme was officially launched in 1983, 7 years after the Prince of Wales founded the trust.
Since then, it's helped thousands of men and women acquire the skills and the confidence to get working.
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