Welfare Reform


Confusion at the DWP concerning top-of-the-line welfare improvements, with the absence of leadership and demanding conditions.


Staff Members at the DWP said that the working framework was soul destroying, with a lack of leadership and too much dishonesty and that a large number of people working on the programme had negative experiences.

One of their employees said: “After 29 years of service this has been the most soul destroying work I have done.  There is too much dishonesty and no one ever admits to making a mistake.”

Seemingly the whole system needs to be upgraded and, certain issues with communication that needs to be resolved.

One civil servant communicated: “I have never worked somewhere where decision making was so apparently poor at senior level and, communications from that level was totally nonexistent.”

One could overlook what’s going on, but in fact people have to be courageous enough to entice the masses into speaking out and, to fight off what they know is inappropriate and, occasionally illegal.

What is going on is abhorrent and, we have to be against what is happening to the people of England.

While the government and its successors grow, the people of England are gradually going to wither away while the coffers in the government’s pot becomes vastly bigger.

It’s massively segregating the people into thinking that there is an exceedingly high amount of out-of-work people that are attempting to discredit the structure of the DWP, which then exhibits a new ad campaign between the “Shirkers and the Workers.”

Nonetheless, before the hard worker ascends himself on that high horse he sits on, start to look on all sides of that coin, but of course, they are two sides of the same coin, both are used to control people and, neither normally works very well.

In accordance with the DWP’s own statistics, a large part of all welfare expenditure is consumed on pensioners.  53% on out of work benefits balances for less than a quarter of the welfares budget.

It may well surprise you to learn that benefit spending as a share of GDP fell throughout the first 11 years from the previous Labour government; it only began to improve in 2008, after the economic crash, as hundreds of thousands of Britons found themselves out-of-work through no misdeed of their own.

Jobseekers Allowance is at this present time £71 a week, or £10 a day.  Could Mr Osborne, or any other Tory cabinet minister live on £10 a day, could anyone live on £10 a day?


Well, as Iain Duncan Smith said, he could survive on £53 a week, that’s £7.57 a day.


Currently the National Minimum Wage is £6.19, which over 39 hours a week comes to £241.41 for anyone 21 years old and over, take away £4.64 for tax, which leaves you with £236.77, but evidently they are paying the unemployed in line with the Minimum Wage, which undeniably as one can see, they’re not!


So where did the other £165.27 go to?

Although reportedly Kath Kelly sustained herself for a full year on just £1 a day – I’m just wondering what year that was, perhaps 1812, but this ladies looking good for someone who’s birthday would have been the same year as my great grannies, with that silky hair, gleaming eyes and sparkling teeth she still has, after living off free serve-yourself meals, shopping at church jumble sales and, cadging uneaten food from grocery stores and restaurants, but beggars can’t be choosers and, she wasn’t purchasing the food, she was scrounging leftovers and, If she had to pay for the food for a £1 a day, she’d never do it.


So what, is there going to now be a two mile lineup at the end of each store and restaurant and, what did she do for her lady days, reclaim the sanitary towels – How much is a sanitary towel these days, more than a £1 and, what about toothpaste?

Ms Kelly it seems even managed a free holiday in France by hitchhiking to the Channel Tunnel and, convincing a French woman to take her as a passenger.  I don’t know about you, but I’d be extremely observant whom I cadged a lift off, if anyone, particularly in this day and age where the crime ratio has grown progressively.


Well done for Ms Kelly, but not everyone seeks to be like the tramps on the street and if we do have to conduct oneself like the vagrants on the street, then what has this world come to, to regard human beings like animals.


So, is that correct George Osborne, are there many of jobs out there and, nearly all out-of-work people are just idle?

Not according to Vicky Harrison who’s vocation and ambition it had been to become a teacher or television producer, but in the end gave up hope for the future and, terminated her life after more than 200 failed job applications.

She was an intelligent young girl, with 3 A-levels and 10 GCSE’s; she had studied arduously and, had everything to live for, but she found it mortifying that she ‘d been out of work for so long and, couldn’t take it no more, or was it because she was so fed up of picking up the morning paper and, reading that somebody had called her a scrounger, when evidently all this young girl wanted to do was work.

Her death tragically spotlights the human sacrifice of the highest level of unemployment since the middle of the 1990s.

Miss Harrison was on £51 a week Jobseekers Allowance and, finally reduced her range of jobs just so that she could bring in some money and, feel useful, but even applications for a waitressing got her nowhere.

After two years and putting in applications for roughly 200 jobs, she still continued to be unemployed, but as affirmed by the government there are plenty of jobs to go around, well apparently whoever totalled up the figures could not count and, maybe they should go back to school.

Vicky Harrison was defeated by the statistics and, lost the will to live because she had been struck with unemployment for so long and; the effect of that was far too much for her.

There is only so many times the government can soft-soap a person and, prompt them into thinking that in order to get a job we must stop being work-shy, well this young lady was far from idle, but she was still unsuccessful in getting a job, even though she had demoted herself from her dream job to stacking shelves and, still no one would employ her.

Published by Angela Lloyd

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