Monthly Archives: July 2015

Court told woman stole clothes to pay rent after benefits cut

Reposted from Ludlow Tenbury & Wells advertiser … and fining this woman is going to help who exactly!!! A Kidderminster woman cliamed she stole to pay her rent after her benefits were sanctioned because she failed to turn up for … Continue reading

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Is this the end of National Insurance?

Reposted from the Telegraph Now call me an old cynic, but is Gidiots’ plan to merge National Insurance and Income Tax  a vain attempt to minimise the savage staff cuts in HMRC.  Does Gidiot not know that National Insurance is … Continue reading

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Department for Work and Pensions Iain Duncan Smith tells furious MPs to stop ‘lecturing’ him for refusing to reveal benefits deaths

Reposted from the Mirror on line The arrogance of this man and his sidekick beggars belief! A pox on them and their kind! Who the Fu8K do they think they are! The good thing is, what with the Freedom of … Continue reading

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why are all these lawyers on strike?

Reposted from Channel 4 fact check As someone who represented themselves as a litigant in person in a civil action against the police, I can tell you it was far from easy. I class myself as reasonably intelligent, but it was … Continue reading

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Only 1 in 3 will get the full £148-a-week new state pension despite ministers’ promises it was for everyone

Reposted from Money Mail New pension was unveiled as a way of ending unfairness and complexity, But figures imply 100,000 fewer people than expected will get the maximum 30,000 who it was thought would qualify in the first year will … Continue reading

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Debunking the myths on Commons procedure and the Welfare Bill part two – Peter Kyle MP

Originally posted on Politics and Insights:
Courtesy of Robert Livingstone.? Many thanks to Peter Kyle MP for this explanation of his decision to abstain on a vote for the second reading of the Welfare Reform and Work Bill. The Welfare Bill…

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Bedroom tax “saints” take fight to the Court of Appeal

Reposted from Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) // Two grandparents and their severely disabled grandson hit by the bedroom tax won the right today to take their case to the Court of Appeal. The Court ruled that the Rutherford family, … Continue reading

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