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The Stigma of Claiming Benefits

Here in Britain a lot of people don’t have very fond opinions of people who claim benefits. They can be given names like “dole dossers”, they’re accused of being lazy, of not knowing the value of money and hard work… And in some cases it’s true, some people in our country are quite happy to scrounge off the system when they don’t actually need to. 619 more words

Benefits

Sold SCC @ ₱175.20, WLCON @ ₱8.58, SECB @ ₱260.40

Sold some of my holdings in SCC @ ₱175.20 and WLCON @ ₱8.58 yesterday. I also sold some SECB @ ₱260.40 earlier today. The SECB I sold included what I mistakenly bought for ₱252.20 and some shares I bought last year. 242 more words

Bought

Angola signs US$306M financial deal on Austrian school buses

A financing agreement valued at USD 306.8 million was approved, in a Presidential Order, under the implementation of the School Transports Programme, Angop learnt on Tuesday. 104 more words

Economy

‘My picture is proof that healthcare professionals lie in benefit assessments’

The DWP are notorious liars, the ATOS nurse that did my husband’s assessment told that many lies about my husband I thought that they’d sent him the wrong letter, she was under investigation by the NMC at the time of the assessment.

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DWP

PIP: Driver savings up to $1B at stake as Senate bill renews fight

A Senate bill filed this week sets renewed battle lines for the biggest potential change in Florida car insurance in half a century.

At stake: whether Florida drivers can save up to $1 billion a year by not being forced to buy medical coverage many find maddeningly expensive and duplicative of their health insurance, while watching at-fault drivers escape responsibility. 699 more words

News

PIP: Driver savings up to $1B at stake as Senate bill renews fight

A Senate bill filed this week sets renewed battle lines for the biggest potential change in Florida car insurance in half a century.

At stake: whether Florida drivers can save up to $1 billion a year by not being forced to buy medical coverage many find maddeningly expensive and duplicative of their health insurance, while watching at-fault drivers escape responsibility. 699 more words

Newsfeed

Current mood: In limbo.

These last two weeks have been spent trying to keep Husband distracted as his mood has been quite low.

Since his boss left at the end of July, Husband has not been given any hours at all. 524 more words

Life