Is This Some Kind Of Joke?


I frequently question why so many transients are striving to come across the channel, one of the biggest shipping lanes in the whole of the world. Well, it’s because of the government’s Asylum Support and what you’ll get if you come across the channel as an Asylum Seeker.

Because your government, the British government advertises to these Asylum Seekers what they’ll get. So, let’s outline what they’ll get if they’ll an Asylum Seeker in the United Kingdom.

They’ll get somewhere to live, a cash allowance or both. They can choose whether they want a flat, a house, a hostel or bed and breakfast, how delightful is that, I wonder if we can serve them breakfast in bed as well!

Cash Support, they’ll get £37.75 for every person in the household to support them paying for items like food, clothing and toiletries and this is really from the government website.

Their allowance will be placed onto a debit card each week to make it easy to spend what they want to spend, isn’t that nice, and even if they’ve been refused as an Asylum Seeker and they’re a failed Asylum Seeker in the United Kingdom, they’ll be given somewhere to live and £35.39 per person on a payment card.

This is what the government are giving out, and then the government go on to say, that they may get free National Health Care such as to see a doctor or get hospital treatment, they’ll get free prescriptions for medicine, free eye tests and free glasses.

As a British citizen and someone that’s paid in all their lives, do we get free prescriptions? Do we get given a free place to live or somewhere that gives you bed and breakfast? Do we get given £300 Maternity Payment simply because you’re having a baby? I think not.

These are people who are here often illegally and this is what the government promise them, and is it any surprise that they choose to come here to the United Kingdom, and our government and this country is a soft touch, and it’s time our government started standing up for the British Nationals who live in the United Kingdom and our ex-service personnel who are given nothing like this.

In March 2018, close to 50,000 people were in receipt of these kinds of benefits and the government should stop making our country a laughingstock, and the government should start standing up for their own people.

Asylum support
What you’ll get
How to claim
Further information
What you’ll get
You can ask for somewhere to live, a cash allowance or both as an asylum seeker.

You’ll be given somewhere to live if you need it. This could be in a flat, house, hostel or bed and breakfast.

You can’t choose where you live. It’s unlikely you’ll get to live in London or south-east England.

Cash support
You’ll get £37.75 for each person in your household. This will help you pay for things you need like food, clothing and toiletries.

Your allowance will be loaded onto a debit card (ASPEN card) each week. You’ll be able to use the card to get cash from a cash machine.

If you’ve been refused asylum
You’ll be given:

somewhere to live
£35.39 per person on a payment card for food, clothing and toiletries
You won’t be given:

the payment card if you don’t take the offer of somewhere to live
any money
Extra money for mothers and young children
You’ll get extra money to buy healthy food if you’re pregnant or a mother of a child under 3. The amount you get will depend on your situation.

Your situation Extra payment per week
Pregnant mother £3
Baby under 1-year-old £5
Child aged 1 to 3 £3
Maternity payment
You can apply for a one-off £300 maternity payment if your baby is due in 8 weeks or less, or if your baby is under 6 weeks old.

If you’ve been refused asylum
You can apply for a one-off £250 maternity payment if your baby is due in 8 weeks or less or if your baby is under 6 weeks old.

Applying for the maternity grant
You apply for the maternity grant in the same way whether you’re still an asylum seeker or you’ve been refused asylum.

You’ll need to request form MAT B1 from your doctor to apply for the payment. You can apply for the maternity payment at the same time you apply for asylum support.

If you get pregnant after you’ve applied for asylum support, you can apply to the support team that dealt with your application for asylum support.

You may get free National Health Service (NHS) healthcare, such as to see a doctor or get hospital treatment.

You’ll also get:

free prescriptions for medicine
free dental care for your teeth
free eyesight tests
help paying for glasses
Your children must attend school if they are aged 5 to 17. All state schools are free and your children may be able to get free school meals.

Most of these people turn up in a boat on a beach illegally with no documentation, yet they’re automatically given a free house to live in with no council tax. £37.75 a week for each person in that house, free healthcare, dental care, medicine and glasses.


And what’s even more shocking is that on the government website, it states, that if you’ve been refused asylum, the government will still give them somewhere to live and £35.39 per person on a payment card for food, clothing and toiletries, so there’s no surprise they travel through other countries to get to the United Kingdom.

Our government should show them the door, and we should take a leaf out of Australia’s book, turn them around and send them back, we just don’t have the room or the means to help them.

Of course we should feel sad for them, we wouldn’t be human if we didn’t, but with our country in the state that it’s in and with our people in the United Kingdom having to struggle every day we must stop immigration into our country and focus on the people that actually live here right now.

We have pensioner’s who have paid in for over 50 years and get nothing, can’t eat or keep warm and if they have to go into a care facility they have to pay for it, and if they require carers they have to pay for it, yet we give Asylum Seekers money for doing nowt when the government could be giving it to people in the United Kingdom who actually need it, and we should be caring for our elderly, not shoving them to one side or hope that they die quickly so we can give the money they were getting to an Asylum Seeker.

Sadly, our government recognise these people for asylum before their own people in the United Kingdom and we will continue to be invaded whilst our unsustainable benefits system is abused, and then you have people who claimed benefit because they’ve had to battle cancer, and then go back to work and then realise that their benefit is now taxable because they returned back to work.

It’s utterly shocking and sickening what’s going on in the United Kingdom with people in care homes that get nothing, pay their taxes for 60 years and then get nothing to support them and end up with whatever savings they have gone.


And then we have ex-soldiers sleeping rough on the streets, what we knew of the United Kingdom went a long time ago, and what fine politicians we have, I think not.

What about our homeless, what are they given, particularly when the people from the United Kingdom have paid their taxes all their lives, paid their National Insurance Contributions, no surprise there’s a sense of apprehension that’s being felt throughout the United Kingdom.

The United Kingdom is like a game show, touch the coast of England and win a house and free money, and it does make you question why the government are advertising this offer because genuine Asylum Seekers wouldn’t worry about how much they would get or where they would live as long as they had safety from persecution.

But it appears that those in our country who fought and defended our once glorious country from hostiles now let some hostiles into our country, and instead of our government paying for Britain first, they’re funding the entire world.

And don’t forget Personal Independence Payment (PIP) they probably give these people money, awarded on their traumatic experiences and without any medical evidence.

We, the people in the United Kingdom understand that some of these people are desperate, escaping war and destruction in their home countries, and we should feel sad for them, but we simply don’t have the capacity or the means to support them, and it might not look like we don’t have any compassion for them, of course we do, but you can’t get blood out of a stone.

Our government spend all our money to keep transients in the United Kingdom while the UK State Pension is the lowest in the EU, but nothing will change because the ruling classes know that us Brits will stand for anything no matter how unjustly they’re treated.



When immigrants came over to England at the turn of the century there were soup kitchens, there was no Social Security back then, they had to work or perish, and many did, many people also died, largely because of disease. But circumstances have altered and we don’t have as many markets that they can set up a stall with, so the government set them up with a benefit that will accommodate them. Yet our WASPI pensioners work all their life and get robbed and get shafted by the government, it’s outrageous.

And if you were born in the United Kingdom, raised here, worked well into your 70’s to get your own home, pay all your taxes, never claim benefits other than your State Pension, when you’re 91 and can’t look after yourself, you get no help and have to sell your home to pay for your care.

And this is actually beginning to pee people off with families working arduously and having to struggle to pay for a mortgage for 25 years, pay all their taxes all their lives, pay into a pension which means they forgo some niceties and these immigrants come here and get everything given to them for free.

The Home Office ensures Asylum Seekers are not left penniless by giving suitable provision under section 95 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 (the 1999 Act). Support is normally given in the form of free, furnished accommodation with no utility bills or Council Tax to pay and a weekly cash allowance to meet the Asylum Seeker’s other basic living requirements.

Free access to healthcare and schooling is also provided.

The level of the cash allowance is evaluated each year to ensure that it’s adequate, using an assessment methodology that was developed in 2014 in light of the findings and guidance given by the High Court in the case of R (Refugee Action) v SSHD.

The Court found that the judgment of the Home Secretary to fix the rate of benefit (Asylum Support) given to Asylum Seekers, without any appreciation for inflation for the second year running, was unreasonable.

The single adult rate was only £36 per week. The Court has believed that the S of S failed to make the fair inquiries needed to decide whether the amount payable was adequate to satisfy the basic living requirements of Asylum Seekers, and unfairly left out of account a number of basic necessities, including babies’ nappies, and the demand for some kind of social interaction to allow Asylum Seekers to live a dignified life.

The judgment was been revoked, and the Home Secretary was ordered to review the rate of benefit needed to satisfy basic living needs, and then they offered Asylum Seekers free driving lessons and tests in an attempt to help them find work, which doesn’t make much sense because most Asylum Seekers aren’t permitted to work while they’re application for asylum is being considered, except in certain cases.

This is a joke because most people have paid into this country, but still, have to struggle and go without, and Asylum Seekers are quids in while older people on pensions have bills to pay and can’t afford to heat their homes, but migrants close by can go to the dentist, get hearing aids and glasses.

Maybe all the Homeless People in the United Kingdom should apply for asylum. They’re displaced, they don’t always have money for food and can’t leave the UK so they must meet the guidelines.

This is not fair on our ex-servicemen with PTSD and other mental health problems that are sick and dying on our streets, and who in government makes these judgments? And then we get told that pensioners are putting pressure on the system while all these migrants claim benefits without paying in any contributions at all.

This government is a joke, showering migrants with free housing and free health care whilst those earning a pittance pay for it, whilst disabled people and people with children can’t afford child care and are living on scraps, but we did vote these degenerates in.

But there is only one thing to do, we should quit whining, buy a yellow jacket and protest about this abuse. We’re soaking up the planets waifs and strays with lefty do-gooders facilitating it.

Published by Angela Lloyd

My vision on life is pretty broad, therefore I like to address specific subjects that intrigue me. Therefore I really appreciate the world of politics, though I have no actual views on who I will vote for, that I will not tell you, so please do not ask! I am like an observation station when it comes to writing, and I simply take the news and make it my own. I have no expectations, I simply love to write, and I know this seems really odd, but I don't get paid for it, I really like what I do and since I am never under any pressure, I constantly find that I write much better, rather than being blanketed under masses of paperwork and articles that I am on a deadline to complete. The chances are, that whilst all other journalists are out there, ripping their hair out, attempting to get their articles completed, I'm simply rambling along at my convenience creating my perfect piece. I guess it must look pretty unpleasant to some of you that I work for nothing, perhaps even brutal. Perhaps I have an obvious disregard for authority, I have no idea, but I would sooner be working for myself, than under somebody else, excuse the pun! Small I maybe, but substantial I will become, eventually. My desk is the most chaotic mess, though surprisingly I know where everything is, and I think that I would be quite unsuited for a desk job. My views on matters vary and I am extremely open-minded to the stuff that I write about, but what I write about is the truth and getting it out there, because the people must be acquainted. Though I am quite entertained by what goes on in the world. My spotlight is mostly to do with politics, though I do write other material as well, but it's essentially politics that I am involved in, and I tend to concentrate my attention on that, however, information is essential. If you have information the possibilities are endless because you are only limited by your own imagination...

One thought on “Is This Some Kind Of Joke?

  1. Advice to all those stuffed by Universal Credit – leave the UK, buy a dinghy, and return uttering some incomprehensible lingo. Get the money (oh, and a house). S’funny, so many dinghy paddlers are turning up, at a time when the government’s Brexit deal is in a fix. The way to inform people about what will occur after a no-deal, is to show them now, in a limited way, what will happen when the French throw the gates open, and point the way to the UK. Perhaps government ministers were in France over Christmas, handing out dinghies – or am I just a conspiracy theorist?


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