Monthly Archives: June 2015

Debbie Abrahams MP Calls Slow Disability Payments “Unjust And Inhumane”

Originally posted on Politics and Insights:
Oldham East and Saddleworth MP Debbie Abrahams is calling for an end to the ‘injustice of delayed payments to disabled and terminally ill people’. Mrs Abrahams has spoken in a Westminster debate detailing her…

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Freedom of Information – Michael Goves part in its’ downfall.

Reposted from FoI Man FOIMan explains why he is worried for the future of FOI as a result of the Justice Secretary’s comments yesterday. News reports over the weekend suggested that the new Justice Secretary, Michael Gove, was planning a renewed attack on … Continue reading

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Tories want you to believe people choose to be poor and disabled

Reposted from Vox Political “It’s now been revealed that £12bn worth of welfare cuts will be included in next month’s budget, with even more rolled out in the autumn spending review. Such cuts are based on nothing more than the … Continue reading

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The REAL benefit cheats.

Reposted from The Guardian on line In the last year, Tesco has cost the Treasury £364m in pay-rate supplements. Photograph: Carl Court/AFP/Getty I really don’t know why the government is making such heavy weather of cutting £12bn off the benefits … Continue reading

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Iain Duncan Smith brands petition for death statistics “disgraceful”

Reposted from the Mirror on-line What’s disgraceful Mr Smith is your refusal to publish these statistics and the only thing “frightening people” are YOUR harsh policies! He’s fighting a legal battle to keep the figures secret – yet the Work and … Continue reading

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Self employed included in employment statistics BUT are excluded from calculations of UK average weekly wage

Reposted from Ripped Off Britons (ROB) There are many ways, and many more motives, to raise an average. For example here are two ways to raise Average Wages: 1) Have more people on higher pay 2) Have fewer people on … Continue reading

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♕ Queen sacrifice ♕

Reposted from an article in PCS people magazine In chess, a queen sacrifice is a move giving up a queen in return for tactical or positional compensation. As David CaMORON went to Buckingham Palace on 8 May, thousands of people … Continue reading

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