Monthly Archives: May 2016

Universal Credit’s woman trouble

Originally posted on Sentinel News:
By Chaminda Jayanetti Universal Credit has become the policy by which the government will justify all others, the revolution that will make all the pain inflicted by benefit cuts somehow worthwhile. It has been sold…

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Domestic violence and benefit cuts – a note for Mr Crabb

Originally posted on Sentinel News:
By Chaminda Jayanetti Politicians like to talk about their “backstory”. It makes them seem normal, relatable, or so they hope. Even if their background is hopelessly out of touch from that of most people, there…

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You cannot serve two masters.. Universal credit and your employer.

Originally posted on The poor side of life:
Here are two different cases concerning universal credit and work. Both prove the point extremely well that universal credit and the? work conditionionality contract linked with this is completely unworkable. Politicians from…

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“If …”

No – one can have failed to miss the hysteria (mostly perpetuated by the tories and John Mann MP) concerning comments made by Ken Livingstone. The media circus by the tory main stream media is a joy to behold isn’t … Continue reading

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