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Question about right to work in the UK

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    So I'm trying to apply for my first job and I'm asked if I have the right to work in the UK and having to show proof. All this would be easy if I had my passport which I don't since I'm at uni looking for a job and my parents are keeping hold of my passport however I do have my provisional driving license which shows my place of birth "UNITED KINGDOM" with the Union Jack. Is this enough proof that I need to prove that I have the right to work in the UK?

    Edit: I just found out I can't use my provisional driver's license. Is there any other alternative form of proof I can use?
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