Britain’s psycho welfare system

Britain has a mad benefit structure and, it’s turning devoted young couples into fraudulent claimers because getting married or living together means they will have to take an extreme reduction in income.

So, instead of seeing there living standards take a nosedive, a lot of cohabitant couples on welfare are cheating the State by claiming to live at a different home.

Marriage is our most fundamental and, victorious establishment and, the government should be placing additional cash into assisting those that are married, but that doesn’t convey that they should, in addition reduce the money that single claimants get.

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At this present time married couples get £112.55 a week; that means that single claimants get £15.42 more, that’s £801.84 a year.  That may not give the appearance of being  a lot, but it’s a huge contrast on how married couples with children cope daily.

A great deal of married couples, as well single parent families are fenced in by the pressure of debt and are imprisoned by years of monetary debt because they’ve been caught up in the ‘loan shark’ affliction.

It’s a malady that has an effect on almost everybody in the United Kingdom, those that are unemployed, as well as those that are working, but being paid a low wage and, can’t make ends meet.

They can never break free from the loan sharks who are not phased by the reality that these people may not have the capacity to pay the money back because the loan sharks will get it one way or another.

The only advantage for the married or single unemployed is that they can pay it over an interval with exceedingly high interest rates, the only penalty is that if they can’t pay it their case will be in due course taken to a magistrates court and, the bailiffs will take their movable possessions to the amount of what they are in debt to, if they have no method of paying it back.

Sadly loan sharks take the upper hand of their tragic circumstances and, the results are very often humiliating, not just for adults, but for the children, as well.

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To be punished because your family are on the breadline can make a family seem stupid because they weren’t observant and, were drawn in by businesses that are there to take advantage of the the unemployed.

People are desperate to give their families a home that’s reasonably nice, but instead they’re getting hauled into the shark trap and, it’s not just that they can give their families nice things, but it’s also the marketing that goes on around Christmas time and, the coercion it puts on people to get presents for their family and friends.

The government speak about the out of work, like they’ve been out of work forever and a day, but what about those that have just been made redundant, or have just lost their jobs and, have not been able to get any redundancy money and, the likes of Katie Price who degraded those that have no work because there simply isn’t sufficient work to go round because the government are permitting immigrants into our own country and, they can utilise them as low cost labour, as opposed to Brits who aren’t foolish enough to work for silly money.

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This should’ve been an indication long ago that something needed to be done about our government and, previous government before this one.

In the beginning, I’m sure the government believed it was an excellent concept but the in the real world people are at the moment displaying that they don’t believe it was such a wonderful visualisation and, that immigration should now stop, full stop!

If we permit immigrants to remain in this country, there will be so much chaos because it is hampering the Brits getting jobs that should be theirs anyhow, that’s why it’s so named the United Kingdom, or else, it may as well be called the United Nations and, in that case the government can invite anyone they like here and, they can take all our jobs.

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We definitely require a fresh government, that leaves no doubt, but you can’t beat fire with fire, for which party do you vote for because in reality, at the end of the day, none of them are much better than the other, they all thrive on the same thing and, that’s greed.

Published by Angela Lloyd

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