Company Businesses Get Profit From The Unemployed

The long term out of work will have to engage in work placements in return for their social security, under strict rules launched by the Chancellor George Osborne. Workfare is an unorthodox design to orthodox social welfare techniques and, was first announced by civil rights pioneer James Charles Evers in 1968, but, it was madeContinue reading “Company Businesses Get Profit From The Unemployed”

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Back to the workhouse

The most recent squeeze is the governments aim at dealing with a deficit sourced by the wealthy and, is to carry on penalising the poor for being poor.  Presently they’re forming a plan to make the jobless carry out four week periods of mandatory unpaid work, or have their benefits stopped for up to threeContinue reading “Back to the workhouse”

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Benefits and Child Credits Squeeze, pushes Children into Poverty

Pauperism for the children of our society, this takes me back to Oliver Twist, “Please Sir, I want some more”. However back then, they didn’t have more and, at the moment they don’t have more because they don’t want us to have more, not unless it’s going to an elitist society that banquet on foodContinue reading “Benefits and Child Credits Squeeze, pushes Children into Poverty”

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Should mothers work or stay at home?

The chancellor has really gotten his knickers in a twist over this one, but while he might have been completely ready to hand his children over, when they were younger to an absolute stranger, a number of parents are not and, will not and, it wouldn’t matter how much money you gave them. I meanContinue reading “Should mothers work or stay at home?”

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Another Welfare Myth

If Iain Duncan Smith believes that he can survive on £53 per week, then I would in fact, love to see him to do it.  He appears to make these declarations and, then simply can’t put his money were his mouth is, that’s because he’s got so much money, he just doesn’t know what toContinue reading “Another Welfare Myth”

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One Size Fits All

You can’t by any means cut down someone’s benefits in a “One size fits all” scheme because not everyone is the same.  If I purchased a dress that said “One size fits all”, normally it would not fit me because my body dimensions are not suitable for “One size fits” all, particularly in European measurements,Continue reading “One Size Fits All”

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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 theirContinue reading “Welfare Reform”

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