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Post  EarthsAngel on Thu Feb 17, 2011 2:02 pm

THE benefit system received a major overhaul today as Iain Duncan Smith announced that a life on benefits would no longer be an option for the unemployed.
The Works and Pensions Secretary said that job vacancies would no longer be filled by foreign workers while “millions” of Britons stay on benefits.

He claimed that the radical welfare reforms, including the creation of the new Universal Credit, would provide financial incentives to get people back into work.

Mr Duncan Smith alongside Prime Minister David Cameron launched the Welfare Reform Bill at an event in London today.


Prime Minister David Cameron makes a speech on welfare

He added: "What will happen is British people will genuinely be able to get British jobs because they will be incentivised to take those jobs, we will expect them to take those jobs but work will pay better than benefits.
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Iain Duncan Smith


"A life on benefits will no longer be an option for somebody.

"After all, right now there are huge numbers of people sitting on benefits, sometimes in rented accommodation, that people who are working could never dream of affording.

"That system has got to change. Fairness to the taxpayer as well.”

The Welfare Reform Bill will replace the complex array of benefits with a single Universal Credit, create a Work Programme to help the long-term unemployed into jobs and introduce incentives and sanctions to ensure that work always pays, said the Prime Minister.




But the Government has ditched controversial proposals announced in last year’s emergency budget to cut housing benefit by 10 per cent for anyone on jobseeker’s allowance for more than 12 months.

Mr Cameron said the changes announced today would slash £5.5 billion from the welfare bill in real terms over the next four years by limiting housing benefit, reforming tax credits and taking child benefit away from higher-rate taxpayers.

But he insisted that the Bill was “not an exercise in accounting - it’s about changing our culture”.

Speaking in east London alongside the architect of the reforms, Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith, the Prime Minister said: “Never again will work be the wrong financial choice. Never again will we waste opportunity.

I wonder if this bunch of retarded scruffs are worried about losing their benefits ? hahahahahahahaha!! What do they look like!!! I like the one about David Cameron not being welcome pmsl!!! I guess they don't see he irony
Protestors outside where Prime Minister David Cameron made a speech on welfare reform

THE benefit system received a major overhaul today as Iain Duncan Smith announced that a life on benefits would no longer be an option for the unemployed.
The Works and Pensions Secretary said that job vacancies would no longer be filled by foreign workers while “millions” of Britons stay on benefits.

He claimed that the radical welfare reforms, including the creation of the new Universal Credit, would provide financial incentives to get people back into work.

Mr Duncan Smith alongside Prime Minister David Cameron launched the Welfare Reform Bill at an event in London today.


Prime Minister David Cameron makes a speech on welfare

He added: "What will happen is British people will genuinely be able to get British jobs because they will be incentivised to take those jobs, we will expect them to take those jobs but work will pay better than benefits.
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Life on benefits is not an option
î

Iain Duncan Smith


"A life on benefits will no longer be an option for somebody.

"After all, right now there are huge numbers of people sitting on benefits, sometimes in rented accommodation, that people who are working could never dream of affording.

"That system has got to change. Fairness to the taxpayer as well.”

The Welfare Reform Bill will replace the complex array of benefits with a single Universal Credit, create a Work Programme to help the long-term unemployed into jobs and introduce incentives and sanctions to ensure that work always pays, said the Prime Minister.


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But the Government has ditched controversial proposals announced in last year’s emergency budget to cut housing benefit by 10 per cent for anyone on jobseeker’s allowance for more than 12 months.

Mr Cameron said the changes announced today would slash £5.5 billion from the welfare bill in real terms over the next four years by limiting housing benefit, reforming tax credits and taking child benefit away from higher-rate taxpayers.

But he insisted that the Bill was “not an exercise in accounting - it’s about changing our culture”.

Speaking in east London alongside the architect of the reforms, Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith, the Prime Minister said: “Never again will work be the wrong financial choice. Never again will we waste opportunity.


Muslim Protestors outside where Prime Minister David Cameron made a speech on welfare reform

“We’re finally going to make work pay - especially for the poorest people in society.

“And we’re going to provide much greater support for unemployed people to find work - and stay in work.

“We’re not just recasting the reach, scope and effectiveness of the old system - making it fairer and a genuine ladder of opportunity for everyone. We’re also doing something no government has done before - and that is get to grips with the cost of welfare.”

But the reform package came under attack from unions, who accused the coalition Government of punishing the unemployed and impoverished for their own misfortunes.

“Long-term unemployment has doubled not because of a sudden increase in work-shy scroungers, but as an inevitable result of economic policies based on cuts that destroy growth,” said TUC general secretary Brendan Barber.

“Making low-income working families thousands of pounds worse off through welfare cuts over the next two years to claim that they will be slightly better off in 2013 is an absurd argument that will ring hollow as families suffer the toughest income squeeze for nearly a century.”

Richard Hawkes, chief executive of Scope, said: “Many disabled people can work and want to work, but the Government is in danger of missing out on their contribution because the welfare system it is proposing isn’t sophisticated enough to realise disabled people’s potential.

“The new assessment is a blunt tool that will find many disabled people fit for work, but in the real world, faced with intense competition for few jobs, negative attitudes from employers and very limited access to specialist help, they will struggle to find employment.

“We are asking Iain Duncan Smith and the Government to reconsider their approach and work with us to design a system of support that will really succeed in helping disabled people move off benefits and into stable employment.”

Sam Bowman of the Adam Smith Institute said: “The Government’s welfare reforms are a good step towards reducing people’s dependency on benefits, but they are only part of the story. The minimum wage prices the most unskilled and inexperienced out of work and it should be abolished if the welfare reforms are to have the impact the Government hopes.”

Gavin Poole of the Centre for Social Justice thinktank said: “This Bill should be welcomed right across the political spectrum. It offers a once in a generation opportunity to overhaul a dysfunctional and chaotic benefits system that locks people in poverty and stifles aspiration.

“Most people now recognise that work is the best route out of poverty, but this is a sign that the Government will turn its commitment into action.”


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SLAVERY BRITAIN, AS THE WAR ON THE POOR/ SICK CONTINUES

17.02.11, 8:03pm

Slavery is on it's way, Under the Disguise of Volunteering, Or Training. Cameron said He wants to create a Nation of Volunteers, But if your forced to do this it's actually called SLAVERY. JobSeekers want REAL JOBS, This is part of the Big Society Idea it's also part of the 'New Order' MASS VOLUNTEERING. It's a PLAY ON WORDS. Think about it???
are there 5 Million free and available jobs for the Unemployed? NO. Cameron gives Billions in Foreign Aid, like the £1 Billion to India, and they give Billions to their Banking Elitest friends. Spend Billions on dumb evil Wars killing people. waste Billions on the European Union.
BUT to the Poorest and Sick / Disabled British Citizens are treated LIKE 5HIT. TIME FOR THE REVOLUTION

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THUGS AND BULLY'S IN GOVERNMENT

17.02.11, 7:58pm

Low life bankers and Politicians are joined at the hip and pee in the same pot----The public must take no notice of these lizards who have the temerity to speak out about issues that are mostly of their making --and expect us to take them seriously----Well heeled and well fed --money in the bank from daddy--and let the peasants eat CAKE !!----this is oppression of the poor on any level--and we the pathetic masses accept without a murmur or a response that can be heard--every smack and prod that is directed our way--!!-----The protests must be LOUD and CLEAR and pointed to the Politicians and ministers who come out with their" BARMY" ideas--
The existing benefits that are paid are Grossly inadequate and an insult to all who have worked for this security net in times of need----it is your RIGHT to these benefits --it is definitely not a Privilege because the Tax payers have funded these payments already------Over paid Politicians / GPs / civil servants / consultants to the NHS and such like -have taken the BULK of our tax's --NOT the disabled or the Pensioners or the genuine Job Seekers--but DRUG manufacturers who price GOUGE the NHS and make Obscene profits from their medicines and Tablets ---taking the money for patients and the needy-- for SHARE HOLDERS excessive Profits

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CORRECTION TO LAST COMMENT:

17.02.11, 7:34pm

That should've read "400 year old national debt", not 40 year old!

I really should proof read my posts, lol!

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'JESSICA':

17.02.11, 7:32pm

ADD ANOTHER THOUSAND TO THE LIST , WHICH IS AN ENDLESS LIST OF PEOPLE DAY BY DAY BY DAY LOOSING THEIR JOBS THROUGH CAMERON AND HIS CUT BACKS , THEN TELL ME WHERE ARE THE MILLION JOBS COMING FROM, . WAKE UP PEOPLE YOUR BEING CONNED AGAIN.
• Posted by: jessica •

It's all very well to complain about publc sector job losses, but are you expecting them to stay in a job and work for nothing?

You're not being 'conned' - there simply is no money to pay all these people, because the irresponsible Labour government trebled the 40 year-old national debt in just over a decade, and left your grandchildren with a nice bill to pay for their profligacy.

It's not always a matter of these people being dispensed with, it a matter of asking why they were employed in the first place.

My Council didn't need 4 'Countryside Familiarisation Officers' at £30K a year each, simply to show people how to walk on Dartmoor. I'm sure there are many equally irrelevant 'non-jobs' in your own area.

However, it's not these jobs that are going, it's probably the ones that were actually providing a useful service.

PS: Please can you turn off your 'caps lock'? It's seen as very bad 'netiquette' to SHOUT at everyone!

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LIFE ON BENEFITS NOT AN OPTION

17.02.11, 7:20pm

Does that include the migrants then?
At least some of us have actually paid some Taxes And wot about VAT everybody except reclusives pay that!! Stop laying in to our OWN
IDS Go back to your statley home one of which is owned by the STATE. U should be ashamed to call yourself a SPURS fan!! Have u chased these soccer players for more tax lIke our friend O"ROONEY ?

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17.02.11, 7:18pm


Are the guys waving the banners in the photo the same ones that are shown abusing our soldiers (Muslim Ranters). If so maybe they are working after all perhaps they are from 'RENTAMUSLIM'. IDS needs to check this out in case they are also claiming benefit.
Also can anyone guess why the DE have removed ''Have your say " from the Muslim Ranters story ?. It was available this morning.

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“We’re finally going to make work pay - especially for the poorest people in society.

“And we’re going to provide much greater support for unemployed people to find work - and stay in work.

“We’re not just recasting the reach, scope and effectiveness of the old system - making it fairer and a genuine ladder of opportunity for everyone. We’re also doing something no government has done before - and that is get to grips with the cost of welfare.”

But the reform package came under attack from unions, who accused the coalition Government of punishing the unemployed and impoverished for their own misfortunes.

“Long-term unemployment has doubled not because of a sudden increase in work-shy scroungers, but as an inevitable result of economic policies based on cuts that destroy growth,” said TUC general secretary Brendan Barber.

“Making low-income working families thousands of pounds worse off through welfare cuts over the next two years to claim that they will be slightly better off in 2013 is an absurd argument that will ring hollow as families suffer the toughest income squeeze for nearly a century.”

Richard Hawkes, chief executive of Scope, said: “Many disabled people can work and want to work, but the Government is in danger of missing out on their contribution because the welfare system it is proposing isn’t sophisticated enough to realise disabled people’s potential.

“The new assessment is a blunt tool that will find many disabled people fit for work, but in the real world, faced with intense competition for few jobs, negative attitudes from employers and very limited access to specialist help, they will struggle to find employment.

“We are asking Iain Duncan Smith and the Government to reconsider their approach and work with us to design a system of support that will really succeed in helping disabled people move off benefits and into stable employment.”

Sam Bowman of the Adam Smith Institute said: “The Government’s welfare reforms are a good step towards reducing people’s dependency on benefits, but they are only part of the story. The minimum wage prices the most unskilled and inexperienced out of work and it should be abolished if the welfare reforms are to have the impact the Government hopes.”

Gavin Poole of the Centre for Social Justice thinktank said: “This Bill should be welcomed right across the political spectrum. It offers a once in a generation opportunity to overhaul a dysfunctional and chaotic benefits system that locks people in poverty and stifles aspiration.

“Most people now recognise that work is the best route out of poverty, but this is a sign that the Government will turn its commitment into action.”



SLAVERY BRITAIN, AS THE WAR ON THE POOR/ SICK CONTINUES

17.02.11, 8:03pm

Slavery is on it's way, Under the Disguise of Volunteering, Or Training. Cameron said He wants to create a Nation of Volunteers, But if your forced to do this it's actually called SLAVERY. JobSeekers want REAL JOBS, This is part of the Big Society Idea it's also part of the 'New Order' MASS VOLUNTEERING. It's a PLAY ON WORDS. Think about it???
are there 5 Million free and available jobs for the Unemployed? NO. Cameron gives Billions in Foreign Aid, like the £1 Billion to India, and they give Billions to their Banking Elitest friends. Spend Billions on dumb evil Wars killing people. waste Billions on the European Union.
BUT to the Poorest and Sick / Disabled British Citizens are treated LIKE 5HIT. TIME FOR THE REVOLUTION

• Posted by: AKAstu • Report Comment
User Image
THUGS AND BULLY'S IN GOVERNMENT

17.02.11, 7:58pm

Low life bankers and Politicians are joined at the hip and pee in the same pot----The public must take no notice of these lizards who have the temerity to speak out about issues that are mostly of their making --and expect us to take them seriously----Well heeled and well fed --money in the bank from daddy--and let the peasants eat CAKE !!----this is oppression of the poor on any level--and we the pathetic masses accept without a murmur or a response that can be heard--every smack and prod that is directed our way--!!-----The protests must be LOUD and CLEAR and pointed to the Politicians and ministers who come out with their" BARMY" ideas--
The existing benefits that are paid are Grossly inadequate and an insult to all who have worked for this security net in times of need----it is your RIGHT to these benefits --it is definitely not a Privilege because the Tax payers have funded these payments already------Over paid Politicians / GPs / civil servants / consultants to the NHS and such like -have taken the BULK of our tax's --NOT the disabled or the Pensioners or the genuine Job Seekers--but DRUG manufacturers who price GOUGE the NHS and make Obscene profits from their medicines and Tablets ---taking the money for patients and the needy-- for SHARE HOLDERS excessive Profits

• Posted by: Dave77 • Report Comment
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CORRECTION TO LAST COMMENT:

17.02.11, 7:34pm

That should've read "400 year old national debt", not 40 year old!

I really should proof read my posts, lol!

• Posted by: StuartPlymouth • Report Comment
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'JESSICA':

17.02.11, 7:32pm

ADD ANOTHER THOUSAND TO THE LIST , WHICH IS AN ENDLESS LIST OF PEOPLE DAY BY DAY BY DAY LOOSING THEIR JOBS THROUGH CAMERON AND HIS CUT BACKS , THEN TELL ME WHERE ARE THE MILLION JOBS COMING FROM, . WAKE UP PEOPLE YOUR BEING CONNED AGAIN.
• Posted by: jessica •

It's all very well to complain about publc sector job losses, but are you expecting them to stay in a job and work for nothing?

You're not being 'conned' - there simply is no money to pay all these people, because the irresponsible Labour government trebled the 40 year-old national debt in just over a decade, and left your grandchildren with a nice bill to pay for their profligacy.

It's not always a matter of these people being dispensed with, it a matter of asking why they were employed in the first place.

My Council didn't need 4 'Countryside Familiarisation Officers' at £30K a year each, simply to show people how to walk on Dartmoor. I'm sure there are many equally irrelevant 'non-jobs' in your own area.

However, it's not these jobs that are going, it's probably the ones that were actually providing a useful service.

PS: Please can you turn off your 'caps lock'? It's seen as very bad 'netiquette' to SHOUT at everyone!

• Posted by: StuartPlymouth • Report Comment
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LIFE ON BENEFITS NOT AN OPTION

17.02.11, 7:20pm





17.02.11, 7:18pm


Are the guys waving the banners in the photo the same ones that are shown abusing our soldiers (Muslim Ranters). If so maybe they are working after all perhaps they are from 'RENTAMUSLIM'. IDS needs to check this out in case they are also claiming benefit.
Also can anyone guess why the DE have removed ''Have your say " from the Muslim Ranters story ?. It was available this morning.




Read more: http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/229625/Life-on-benefits-is-not-an-option-says-Iain-Duncan-Smith-/Life-on-benefits-is-not-an-option-says-Iain-Duncan-Smith-#ixzz1EFa9qhRE

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Post  chelseaz on Fri Feb 25, 2011 3:15 pm

i feel sorry for cameron...he has inherited all the shit blair and his ...daughter of father....made my money from alf garnet...up her arse human rights for gods sake wife twat ....not gonna be easy especially with ...the lib lefties hanging off their asses but it at least looks like he is trying. Blair has disappeared to fuck the middle east up now...good riddance.

EDL....are about to enter politics....already their leaders have death threats from the muslim shite.send all non working immigrants home now and back manufacturing.....which we had and was sold off...get the working classes back to work and give them hope and pride.enough i say.


hey ladies in muslim states.....stop running around protesting with your burkahs on.....rip them off...democracy equals equality.
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Post  EarthsAngel on Sat Feb 26, 2011 4:39 am

Couldn't agree more Chelz, will be great if the EDL do enter into he p#political arena, I'm sure there are a lot of really worried people I reckon they will have massive support from the real Brits.

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