Monthly Archives: October 2014

£20,000 fighting fund to kick loan sharks out of Jarrow

Originally posted on UNEMPLOYED IN TYNE & WEAR:
A drive to keep people in Jarrow out of the hands of loan sharks and payday lenders has been launched – thanks to a £20,000 Lotto grant. The cash will help raise…

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Together We ‘Minorities’ CAN beat the Uphill Struggle for Equality

Originally posted on jaynelinney:
A new report from the uni of Sheffield has found Welfare reform reinforces growing class prejudice reminiscent of Victorian era – ” many people now attribute unemployment and poverty to the failings of individuals, rather than…

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Happier workers really do make more profit, report shows | Vox Political

http://voxpoliticalonline.com/2014/10/31/happier-workers-really-do-make-more-profit-report-shows/

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How councils unlawfully obstruct the bedroom tax appeal..and the ballsy tenacious tenant…and the inconsistent tribunal judges!

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David Cameron wants to help families – but NOT these ones – Mirror Online

Originally posted on Britain Isn't Eating:
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/ampp3d/david-cameron-wants-help-families-4070233

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Meet Richard A. Montoni – The Five Million Dollar Maximus Boss Here To Fleece The UK’s Benefits System

Originally posted on the void:
No wonder the cunt’s smiling. Richard A. Montoni – the boss of US firm Maximus who will soon be carrying out the despised assessments for sickness and disability benefits – received a salary and compensation…

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PENSIONS EXCLUSIVE: Why Osborne’s bid for election bribery will blow up the British economy

Originally posted on The Slog.:
UNCORKING WEALTH & CREATING MORE BUBBLES: OSBORNE’S UNGUIDED PENSIONS MISSILE As the Chancellor continues with the most radical pensions reform in history, the latest Office of National Statistics (ONS) data show that, beyond the rich,…

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Proposals To Cut ESA & Considerations for The New WCA Provider

The BBC have reported that the Government is considering cutting the rate of Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) by nearly £30 per week. Those in the Work Related Activity Group (WRAG), who have been found to be not ‘fit for work’ but…

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‘Cured’ Of Cerebral Palsy After 50 Years

Originally posted on Same Difference:
In yesterday’s Sun, (£) I read a story that really made me think about something I haven’t thought about for quite a while- the ‘cure’ debate. When David Hayes, 58, was 5, he was diagnosed…

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Austerity | SMILING CARCASS’S TWO-PENNETH

http://smilingcarcass.wordpress.com/2014/10/31/austerity/

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