Bedroom Tax Domestic Violence Discrimination Ruling Is Final

The Department for Work and Pensions attempted to overthrow a decision that the hated Bedroom Tax prejudges against sufferers of domestic brutality, which was rejected, and judges at the European Court of Human Rights ordered in October that the benefit cut, discriminated against a domestic violence victim who was forced to pay additional money forContinue reading “Bedroom Tax Domestic Violence Discrimination Ruling Is Final”

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Boris Johnson Claimed Children Of Working Mothers More Likely To Mug You

Boris Johnson made allegations that kids of working mothers in low-income families were unloved and undisciplined and more inclined to mug you on the street corner and in a 2006 anthology of broadcasting, called Have I Got Views for You, Boris Johnson bemoaned the growing tendency of women to work, stating they had been culturallyContinue reading “Boris Johnson Claimed Children Of Working Mothers More Likely To Mug You”

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Universal Credit Staff Taped Making Disgusting Comments About Claimants

Benefits managers have been caught on tape making horrifying remarks about claimants and one advocated blowing them up with grenades, another accused them of getting money for nothing while the disabled were accused of faking it. And in one disturbing recorded conversation, a manager said: “The police sometimes have sting operations where they gather peopleContinue reading “Universal Credit Staff Taped Making Disgusting Comments About Claimants”

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Esther McVey Trousered £17,000

Tory welfare chief Esther McVey trousered a £17,000 payoff when she resigned from the Cabinet, after only 10 months in the job. The MP took the £16,876 golden goodbye for resigning as Work and Pensions Secretary over Brexit last November, and at the time the hard Brexiteer claimed she could not look constituents in theContinue reading “Esther McVey Trousered £17,000”

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The Queen Assists Despairing Victim By Sending His Letter To David Cameron

Dad of three Roger Davis is fighting eviction from his three bedroom home, so he decided to write to Her Majesty as a final resort after No 10 Downing Street disregarded him. Now the Queen has been drawn into the coalitions’ Bedroom Tax debacle by passing on a victim’s grievance letter to David Cameron, aContinue reading “The Queen Assists Despairing Victim By Sending His Letter To David Cameron”

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Devastating Town Hall Report Discloses Additional Danger To Disabled People Who Campaigned To Rescue Benefit Payments

An incriminating evaluation of government welfare procedures with regard to disabled people was presented to the Town Hall’s ruling Labour executive on Thursday. It notified thousands of Islington residents who have wrongly had benefit taken off them by the controversial independent assessor ATOS, only to have it reinstated on appeal, will have to go throughContinue reading “Devastating Town Hall Report Discloses Additional Danger To Disabled People Who Campaigned To Rescue Benefit Payments”

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NHS trust instructed to warn landlords following a man taking his own life

Coroner advises social landlords are notified about vulnerable patients A coroner has urged that a London Hospital trust passes on details about vulnerable patients to social landlords after a mentally ill social tenant committed suicide because he was being turned out of his home. The gentleman, 44, was found dead in his home in AprilContinue reading “NHS trust instructed to warn landlords following a man taking his own life”

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Big Fat Lie!

There is a substantial fabrication going on because 96% of benefit claimants who are being inflicted a penalty on won’t get rehoused because there are plainly not the necessary smaller homes to go around for those that live in larger houses. The spare bedroom tax simply punishes low-income people because they’re living in a largerContinue reading “Big Fat Lie!”

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