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Shadow work and pensions secretary Liam Byrne has said the latest unemployment figures are "definitive proof the Government has simply failed to get Britain back to work."
Unemployment increased by 15,000 between January and March to 2.52 million.
Mr Byrne said the Government had done nothing in the Queen's Speech to help solve the "jobs crisis" and instead Tory MPs were bickering over Europe.
"Families struggling for work will be asking quite simply, what planet are these people on?"
New figures from the Office of National Statistics reveal estimated levels of employment in the UK for those aged 16 and over from the EU were 1.4m with 103,000 from Romania and Bulgaria.
This is a change of 13,000 between the period of January to March 2012 and January to March 2013 but a change of -0.3% with an increase of population from these countries factored in.
This video released by the Office for National Statistics breaks down the latest labour market estimates covering the period January to March 2013.
Average UK earnings increased by 0.4% in the year to March, the growth rate has not been lower since March to May 2009, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Regular pay rose by 0.8% over the same period, the lowest growth rate since comparable records began in 2001.
The number of people claiming jobseeker's allowance last month fell by 7,300 to 1.52 million, the Office for National Statistics has said.
UK unemployment increased by 15,000 between January and March to 2.52 million, official figures have revealed.
But the figures were down 92,000 from the previous year.