Ethnic Cleansing


Ian Duncan Smith (or ‘the twins’ as Paul Merton used to refer to him as) said yesterday:

‘Today every working person in Britain is paying almost £700 a year for housing benefit. This is unfair to taxpayers, but also unfair to the people on benefits living in accommodation that they could never afford to maintain if they entered work.
My emphasis. Read the whole article which might open your eyes at the newspaper’s website
Ampers
Advertisements
  1. #1 by Ampers on Saturday, 30 October 2010 - 10:27 pm

    Yes, and the squealing will get louder, of that I am sure.

    The book is now on my reading wish list.

  2. #2 by cunobelin on Saturday, 30 October 2010 - 6:39 pm

    This matter is really helping to sort the sheep from the goats. Those squealing the loudest are those who are – or were – most firmly attached to the State teat.

    Ampers, have you ever read “The Welfare State We’re In” by James Bartholomew? It is, at one and the same time, the most erudite, saddest and often the funniest book I’ve read on the subject.

%d bloggers like this: