Street Democracy writes:
The Government with its ‘gunshot’ soul destroying policies for the poor needs to admit failure anyway, but especially with the Welfare Reform Act.
Iain Duncan Smith with his ‘death-dealing’ policies to terminate the welfare state and giving a French IT company ATOS power to disable the disabled further, should now bow out gracefully, if they can, and admit their wrong.
Universal credit, is just another brutal and savage policy that will not address the individual needs of the welfare claimant, tarnishing all unemployed with the same brush is nonsensical and won’t work.
The fact they can’t even administer it, speaks volumes of the inadequacies from the epicentre of power at Parliament.
Our political leaders are not qualified to manage our country.
Without using democracy, hearing important grass root opinions, those on welfare, they have sped forward with an obsession to slash, cut and cap some of the most important life…
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