Well, if you like turning up on time for appointments just to be left waiting (most commonly 10 - 15 mins) while staff (who are together 8 hours a day, 5 days a week)chat to each other about their holidays, families, ailments, etc - then Hammersmith Job Centre is the place for you. They will have the briefest of looks on their computer and then print you off 'suitable' jobs, so that when you check the printout at home and see it's in Norfolk, or you need a car and the job centre know you don't have one, or you need qualifications you don't have they will then act as though you obviously don't want a job because you didn't humiliate yourself by phoning up about the job and making it look as though you are incapable of reading their advert.
After 13 weeks or so unemployed the real fun starts - you move on to 'Stage 2' which consists of dragging you down there, and to various other parts of London that you can ill afford the fares to, so that you can attend 'back-to-work workshops' and CV writing workshops, meetings and so on. If you're really lucky the member of staff that you meet with won't be able to spell, won't know the Job Centre's basic rules and so WILL MAKE THEM UP! I swear I have had this happen to me by at least 2 members of HJC staff, when I later complained (after being penalised for taking their 'advice') I was on one occasion treated to the understatement 'well that's not very good, is it?'.
All in all, if being unemployed isn't making you miserable enough, pop down Hammersmith Job Centre, they'll do what they can to push you over the edge.