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Vile Tory Who Referred To Scummy Housing Estates To Speak At Workfare Industry's Annual Meeting

A hard right magazine editor who once referred to ‘scummy’ Scottish social housing estates and cheered unemployed people being forced to sleep under a bridge has been invited to be to keynote speaker at the latest tax-payer funded skive for welfare-to-work bosses. 380 more words

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How The Welfare To Work Industry Is Ripping Off The Tax Payer #esday16

The way the welfare to work industry scam works is simple.  The real profit in lucrative government contracts to ‘help’ people back into work is not made supporting the most marginalised benefit claimants or providing quality training.  774 more words

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Meet Stephen Crabb, Like Iain Duncan Smith Only Shitter

Jobcentre busy-bodies should be valued as much as firemen and nurses the new Work and Pensions Secretary Stephen Crabb said in his first speech today… 521 more words

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Astonishing: Working Benefit Claimants To Face Financial Penalties If Their Boss Files Tax Information Late

Chaos is on the way for the lowest paid workers as new rules come into force which link payment of vital in-work benefits to employer’s compliance with providing tax information on time. 883 more words

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April 15 Is Workfare Day - A Chance To Tell The Truth About Benefit Sanctions And Forced Work #esday16

The welfare-to-work industry is planning a gushing celebration of forced work and benefit sanctions with the UK’s first Employability Day due to be held on April 15th. 377 more words

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First Demonstration Called Against New DWP Boss Demanding #CrabbMustGo

If new Work and Pensions Secretary Stephen Crabb had any decency at all he would resign from his position as patron of the local branch of Mencap. 414 more words

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A Bungling Fucking Idiot On A Mission From God, That Was The Real Iain Duncan Smith

Pass the fucking sick bag.  Iain Duncan Smith’s performance on the Andrew Marr show this morning was one of the most nauseating displays politics has seen in a long, long time – and there’s been stiff competition.  1,215 more words

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