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Comedy toff and Minister for Welfare Reform Lord Fraud is a joke that stopped being funny a long time ago. Of all the blundering fucking idiots in the DWP, this failed banker, … 578 more words
> In late 2006, Freud was appointed by the then Prime Minister, Tony Blair, to provide a nominally independent review of the British welfare to work system.
Freud acknowledged that he "didn't know anything about welfare at all".
Despite the great complexity of the welfare system Freud came up with a draft plan for reform within three weeks of his appointment.
And that, folks, is what happens when you allow talentless, unelected knobheads to get their hands on power.
And also flags up the difference between Labour and Tory when it comes to dealing with those nasty poor people... there isn't any. Labour allowed this prat to set the ball rolling, Tories have allowed him to continue.
Iain Duncan Smith told delegates at the Tory conference in Birmingham: “I have long believed that where parents have fallen into a damaging spiral – drug or alcohol addiction, even problem debt, or more – we need to find ways to safeguard them – and more importantly, their families, their children, ensuring their basic needs are met. 1,254 more words
Reposted from Guardian Society.
Yes, they have jobs … but the five people featured below are typical of millions who have no security, no holiday or sick pay, limited hours, and no dignity at work! 2,325 more words
Understandably much of the rage aginst the vicious welfare reforms – which are costing an increasing number of lives – has been aimed at blundering fucking idiot Iain Duncan Smith. 549 more words