Universal Credit: Extend £20 benefit top-up for a year, say MPs
09/02/2021 | news | politics | 464
Ministers are urged not to replace weekly Universal Credit increase with a one-off payment next month.
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09/02/2021 12:03:24 4 3
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As is clear from the picture of the lady above this article. :-)
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09/02/2021 12:03:24 4 3
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As is clear from the picture of the lady above this article. :-)
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09/02/2021 12:55:28 5 4
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End Trust Law in the UK and there’s plenty to go round.
And Tax Landowners then there’s even more to pay off the National Debt.
Don’t be kidded people .
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09/02/2021 13:26:44 16 5
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And people begrudge the poor a few pounds to live.

How about this;

Norway had a 30% share of the North Sea compared to our 50%.

And Norway now has a $1tn dollar sovereign fund from its oil revenues.

What happened to ours?

It was handed out as tax 'incentives' that produced no increase in UK productivity, and eventually 'trickled-up' into useless asset values.

And people moan about the poor!?
We spent all that money bombing women & children in Iraq in Labour's illegal war and bailing out all Labour's banker pals during the crash. Removed
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09/02/2021 13:44:51 4 0
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Indeed.

Why on Earth do you think I would be in favour of Blair's murderous campaign?

Oh, I see, because I see the sense of Keynes and Social Democracy, I must be some kind of dreadful labour leftie.
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09/02/2021 13:17:46 8 2
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I worked hard to get where I am today, and I didn't pay in to a pension fund and put money aside every month just so that I could become a free bank for a bunch of workshy, degenerate freeloaders.

It's time to stop the gravy train!

And put the Fat Cats off it.
Its not that easy. If you live in Rural Area with Limited transport or in area. Where jobs are scarce.

Women have it easy. They can work on the streets to earn extra.
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09/02/2021 13:30:51 18 5
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It's the productivity of the masses that produces virtually all societies' wealth; it is that wealth which pays for everything!

QE is and has been diverting more and more wealth to the rich, when they already have far more than they can find use for.

I've no problem with the wealth we produced being used for the benefit of those who produced it!
Oracle, with posting what seems 24hrs a day (multiple user account I presume) what wealth have you produced? Removed
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09/02/2021 14:03:26 3 3
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Are you disputing the fact that it is the masses who produce nearly all of societies' wealth?
We spent all that money bombing women & children in Iraq in Labour's illegal war and bailing out all Labour's banker pals during the crash. Removed
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09/02/2021 15:42:11 8 7
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Billions wasted on PPE procurement etc - much going to Tory donors & those with Govt connections.

Not a peep from HYS righties.

Extra £20 for the poorest - many of whom have lost their livelihoods due to the pandemic through no fault of their own.

HYS righties enraged - "other people's money", "shouldn't have kids", "Plasma TVs/tattoos etc"

Such obedient & hypocritical little forelock tuggers.
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09/02/2021 16:13:04 5 3
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Tories: nothing to offer but mud, bile, sneers and spite.
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I don't mind a few single mums, silly mares, getting an extra few bob. I can afford it. God bless em.
What I do not want, is a lot of Bangladeshis and other types charging across the Channel to claim their £300 a week for doing SFA and tjhank you V much Prince NN
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09/02/2021 21:29:50 1 2
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I like your bigotry!
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09/02/2021 20:06:06 5 4
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Yes, raise resentment even more. The ‘affluent’ who do the right thing & put money buy for a rainy day get nothing at all while the feckless get everything handed to them. I increasingly wonder why I bother paying taxes
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09/02/2021 22:18:42 0 2
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No, I’d concentrate on providing services rather than cash. That way anyone of any income can choose to use those services or not....
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09/02/2021 20:09:44 0 3
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You mean the friends that are creating jobs, paying taxes & generally keeping the economy going...... as for helping the poor why don’t they help themselves?
But they're not. They just take the backhanders and screw everything up. I suspect Robert Jenrick has never been successful at anything in his life, apart from taking bribes of course. Removed