“It is to be expected that some charities find it difficult if not impossible to defend themselves against the actions of Boycott Workfare.” – Upper Tribunal Judge Wikeley 696 more words
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The government continues to try and push workfare with numerous work for benefits schemes in spite of a groundswell of opposition across the UK.
Already nearly 400 voluntary sector organisations have pledged to… 288 more words
By David Noble (We Are Change Edinburgh)
Workfare is not about creating jobs or giving work experience to those who are forced to participate. It is about supplying free labour to the likes of Marks and Spencers, Asda, Holland and Barrett and Argos to name a few. 374 more words