Saturday, 2 October 2010

New benefit system

Sorry for no post yesterday everyone, had work until 9pm and just fell asleep, so, sorry.

Anyway, news for today is the Chancellor George Osborne has confirmed there will be a major overhaul of the benefits system.

Although it's been confirmed, no facts about the overhaul has been posted, most likely to be described during the Conservative annual conference.

Osborne had already planned to make major cuts to the benefit area of the budget, as well as this new overhaul being to tackle 'long term users' of unemployment benefits, who could go to work but are to lazy, I can only assume he's going to add stringent requirements for unemployment benefits.

Anyway, I wont keep you to long, so that'll be it for today

TL;DR Osborne's making more cuts so lazy people can't leech from the system.

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26 comments:

  1. The system is broken but he won't fix it....just more red tape...

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  2. yea some people just abuse the system

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  3. keep us posted as to what he actually does

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  4. Everyone should at least carry their own weight. I know too many lazy people who just mooch off of the system.

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  5. Wherever a system exists, people are bound to find a way to abuse it =\

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  6. sounds like it`s pretty bad

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  7. Eh, maybe it'll work out for the best.

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  8. how will they help the ones that are not lazy, but need the support?

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  9. osborne isn't doing so well i hear...

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  10. Take out welfare altogether.

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  11. Welfare...........Wellfailed.. xD

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  12. any welfare system becomes unmanagable over an extended period of time. And the worst part is that it is essentially run as a pyramid scheme.

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  13. @brandon, pretty mmuch what's happened in the state of michigan.

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