French labour minister causes outcry over crackdown on benefits abuse


François Rebsamen said too many unemployment benefits claimants were getting handouts without actively seeking a job.

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French labour minister François Rebsamen on Tuesday said he wanted the country’s unemployment services to crack down on benefit claimants “abusing the system”, saying that there were 350,000 jobs begging to be filled, reports FRANCE 24.