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Fewer people are claiming JSA than should be. Why is McVey claiming this is good?

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Only Iain Duncan Smith’s Department for Work and Pensions could claim that its success in bullying tens of thousands of people who deserve Jobseekers’ Allowance off-benefit is an achievement.

How are these people supporting themselves? Savings? The good graces of rich friends or relatives? In the long run, the British economy will suffer as this money is drained from the communities it should be feeding.

According to a government press release, there has been a “dramatic fall in the number of people claiming Jobseekers’ Allowance”. The DWP says this is due to its policy entitled “Helping people to find and stay in work”, but this seems unlikely – as more people are out of work now than when the Coalition government took office!

“The number of people claiming Jobseekers’ Allowance fell dramatically over the last month, by more than 40,000,” the article begins, stating that this is “the biggest…

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  1. jed goodright
    October 20, 2013 at 7:55 pm

    fascinating article in the Independent http://www.independent.co.uk/environment/green-living/lets-play-god-the-scientific-experiments-that-might-save-the-world-or-destroy-it-8884386.html

    In it is all the proof you need that iain Duncan Smith is subhuman

    AFFORESTATION – he’s bald

    SPACE REFLECTORS – indicate that he has no brain

    OCEAN FERTILISATION – indicate that he is a lower life form than an amoeba

    He may like to play god with the aid of his minstrel McVey but there time is up ….

  2. October 20, 2013 at 8:04 pm

    “I don’t advise a haircut, man. All hairdressers are in the employment of the government. Hairs are your aerials. They pick up signals from the cosmos, and transmit them directly into the brain. This is the reason bald-headed men are uptight.”

    Danny , Withnail & I

  1. October 20, 2013 at 8:05 pm

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