Beeny said they had spent £12,000 getting a certificate of lawful development to prove the former school was being used as a private residence, even though the council knew they had been living in it for 10 years.
The jobs I had when I was 13 or 14 have got me where I am today, and legislation is now protecting them so much that they can't work at all.
Of course, businesses are not young people charities, they are trying to make money.
The site gets a close friend or relative to recommend a friend and explain their positive attributes to potential dates.
I think brands are what I find most interesting, and brand consistency.
You have responsibilities as a business but they need to be given more flexibility to hire young people who would be engaged and gain a work ethic because if you don't have it by 18, you never will.