Sheena helps run a community centre which, until the cuts, offered courses for unemployed people in IT skills and CV building. The centre has lost 13 members of staff in the past year and is struggling to stay open. Sheena works full-time, but there’s only enough money to pay her for ten hours per week, so she does the rest for free. She worries about her community, but also about her own children, since three of her four sons, aged between 20 and 38, have recently lost their jobs. She says, “I don’t think you could be more motivated than my sons, and they can’t get anything.”