Paperboy made redundant

According to the Sun newspaper in the UK, a 13 year old boy received a letter that he had been made redundant from his paper round. The official letter reminded Kane Middleton of his rights and outlined his redundancy package. Letterboxdirect, which hired Kane to deliver 100 newspapers in his village, said it had “fully assessed opportunities for redeployment within the company” but none were available.
Kane’s response? “I felt winded when I saw the letter. I know the job market is tough out there but I want to work….All that’s available for me now is car-washing and mowing lawns. Maybe dog walking if I’m lucky.”

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