No job? Not in school? That's a fine. The British government has unveiled plans to issue fines on the spot to any teens who are found not working, in school or in a job-training program. Those who still don't find work or go back to school will face further penalties. Children's secretary Ed Balls reportedly called the move "the biggest educational reform in the last 50 years."
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