Youth minister prioritises reducing unfilled NCS places

Joe Lepper
Thursday, July 19, 2018

Youth minister Tracey Crouch has said her department is prioritising reducing the number of unfilled National Citizen Service (NCS) places after admitting the government has had to write off £9.8m spent on places that were not taken up.

Youth minister Tracey Crouch said reducing the number of unfilled NCS places is a priority for the DCMS. Picture: UK Parliament
Youth minister Tracey Crouch said reducing the number of unfilled NCS places is a priority for the DCMS. Picture: UK Parliament

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