Charity: 'We're urgently reviewing our involvement with Close Protection UK'

The national employment charity, Tomorrow's People, has said it is reviewing its involvement with Close Protection after revelations of the security firm's treatment of unpaid jobseekers that were stewards at the Queen's Jubilee celebrations.

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We're also very sorry to our clients that were involved and we're making contact with them asap #jubileestewards

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#jubileestewards we'll be issuing a full statement tomorrow morning - we're urgently reviewing our involvement with Close Protection UK

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@johnprescott @guardian John - what happened to our clients was totally unacceptable and contrary to how Tomorrow's People operate

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'Unpaid' jobless Jubilee stewards

A security firm has allegedly forced a group of long-term unemployed jobseekers to sleep under London Bridge before working on the Diamond Jubilee river pageant. There are reports that the attendants were unpaid for their work.