In an unusual move the Shadow Transport Secretary for Labour suggests that cheap young drivers insurance could get Britain's youth back to work.
Labour MP, John Woodcock suggests that "travel-to-work only" young drivers insurance premiums could help 17 - 25 year olds get a job.
Mr Woodcock is also urging for changes to the driving test and an improvement in road education. Commenting, he stated:
"There are more than one million jobless young people we must help."
He plans on outlining his idea to the Association of British Insurers at a car insurance conference this week.
Whilst this certainly represents a step in the right direction to get young people into jobs there are other ways to help bring down the cost of young drivers insurance, including taking out a black box insurance policy, such as iKube.
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