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Saturday, 4 October 2014

'Destructive habits' and right wing 'welfare reformists'

The Clacton Gazette has reported that Work & Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith is backing the introduction of prepaid benefit cards for benefit claimants who have 'destructive habits'.
Welfare claimants with "destructive habits" will receive their benefits on prepaid cards instead of in cash in tests to be rolled out by Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith.
Mr Duncan Smith said benefits should support families rather than feed drug and alcohol addiction or debt problems.

Swheatie of the KUWG responds in placard ideas

IDS is Hell bent upon bringing in an inaccessible and wasteful 'Universal Credit' system
As Iain Duncan Smith professes to be a Roman Catholic, he should be familiar with the statement by Jesus that "he who is without sin should cast the first stone."

Wave upon wave of smear stories have led to the UK having one of the meanest and most means-tested benefits systems in Western Europe. The KUWG seeks to put the record straight.
Smear stories operate to manufacture consent for injustice

If any news story is to be believed, who stands to gain?

First it was food vouchers for asylum seekers....
 And first it was major supermarkets profiting, now Iain Duncan Smith wants to help banks even further than the bail-out that they received for irresponsible lending.

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