Department For Work And Pensions Inquiry Into Claims Of 11,000 Bogus Jobs On Government Website

The Department for Work and Pensions is looking into accusations that a Coventry recruiter posted 11,000 false job openings on the government’s universal Jobmatch website. The DWP barred Coventry recruiter Mark Coward from using his universal Jobmatch account, and eliminated an undefined amount of his openings from the site. Mark Coward disagrees with any wrongdoing.Continue reading “Department For Work And Pensions Inquiry Into Claims Of 11,000 Bogus Jobs On Government Website”

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Atos and Other Disability Related Welfare Urban Myths

Some people being announced not unfit for work because of a certain disability is an Urban Myth, or an old wives tale and, that numerous people have died because of this and, this is at the moment being called a Myth as well. I must say that perhaps the press may have possibly leapt onContinue reading “Atos and Other Disability Related Welfare Urban Myths”

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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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Sixty-Six million in appeal costs

Atos have without doubt gotten it all out of focus and, the taxpayer ends up picking up a very large bill, the total of £66 million pounds.     Atos reportedly trick sick people out of their benefits in an unfair way.  Their logic is that, if you have a finger and, you can pushContinue reading “Sixty-Six million in appeal costs”

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Universal Credit

If it’s not broken, then don’t fix it, so why do the government always feel the need to fix things and, change what is not broken.  It is almost like they have this hole in their pockets and, they have this continual need to spend what they don’t really have and, then take it backContinue reading “Universal Credit”

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