The Leader of Plymouth City Council is calling for an inquiry after unemployed people from the city, hired as unpaid stewards for the Jubilee pageant, were left stranded in London.
A security company has apologised after volunteers on the Government's work programme were dropped off too early and told to sleep under London Bridge.
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