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 UK CVs.. Do I need a 'skills' section?

Answer I have recently had my CV overhauled in one of these Jobseekers drop in sessions, and they have said that a skills section is not really needed especially if your CV already fills two pages (the op... Read More »
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ive been charged with section 4a racial alarm and section 5 ublic order act for threating behaviour?

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Reduced from GBH Section 18 to section 20 for a guilty plea?

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