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Carolyn Sep 18
I commute 90 mins each day. It costs me in the region of £5000 per year. How the hell is someone on going to afford that?
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Alex Tiffin Sep 17
If you're on the DWP expect you to take a job within 90 minutes of where you live. Excluding some points near edge of my radius because of transport issues, this is the area claimants in my area are expected to work. One fifth of the entire United Kingdom.
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Debbie Abrahams MP 5h
Oh my goodness more horror stories from the world of It must be stopped.
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Steve Topple 4h
RIGHT 💥⬇️ on 💥⬇️ "The DWP and Labour could both be facing a showdown in Liverpool" My look at the motions that have been submitted to Labour CAC on - and what it could mean. MUST-READ/SHARE >>>
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Steve Topple 10h
READ/GET INVOLVED/SHARE!!! 💥⬇️💥 "Had it with the DWP? Now’s your chance to tell the world" Everyone who's experienced should get involved with this, from . So please READ/SHARE WIDELY
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DWP Sep 18
claimants can take a chance on a new career as they’re supported through their first steps into work
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Alex Tiffin Sep 19
The trolling I received because I revealed I pay for Broadband was ridiculous. This despite it being essential to get with no local library. Should I sell my soul along with my TV? It's 2018 not 1818.
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Basic Income UK Sep 19
Or, make *actually* universal and *actually* paid in credit to each individual as a - so people can start new businesses/coops closer to home, look after their families, study/reskill and rebuild their own communities 🤔
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Disability News DNS 3h
DWP’s secret benefit deaths reviews: Universal credit death linked to claimant commitment threats (note the response from - not even a passing mention of regret at deaths linked to their own 'activity')
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Jubilee+ Sep 18
Today we call on the Government to fix two specific, fundamental flaws with before they roll out managed migration next year. Read our recommendations here:
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Celtic Jannock Sep 14
Another awful UC issue *** Universal Credit *** Today I have found out that if someone leaves rented accommodation before the end of an assessment period they will lose housing entitlement for the WHOLE assessment (could be a month). How does this make any sense
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Nell Frizzell 14h
Pay thousands for someone else to look after your children for three more hours a day, waste thousands on transport costs and lose almost all your free time
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Mike Amesbury MP Sep 12
Trying to shout down while he exposed the failures of the , the growth in child poverty & foodbanks was simply appalling by many MP's
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JCP In Birmingham 9h
Universal Support can help build financial confidence and computer literacy.
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Steve Topple Sep 17
Nearly as shocking as the report being authored by the architect of , the head of the 'nudge' unit, a guy who worked for IDS's think-tank & the founder of YouGov. Why is no one questioning this? Or are people's thought processes really that vacuous?
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UniteCommCamden 1h
This is an amazingly calm, dispassionate journal of day to day living on - all respect to Alex for this and the calm way he deals with trolls. Heartbreaking and inspiring. It's
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Joe Anderson Sep 19
Unanimous call from Council for Govt to pause now and fix it. Glad to have the support of
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🌹🌹Deborah🌹🌹 Sep 17
Replying to @BathLabourParty
We have just 1 week until is fully rolled out here in Liverpool and residents are terrified of loosing their homes due to this awful new broken welfare system!! Targeting the most vulnerable & deprived!! It has to STOP!! 🛑
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George Bowden Sep 12
Replying to @georgebowden
6/ I found late last year that rules require people with terminal diagnoses to meet personally with "work coaches". I'm told visits have occurred in people's bedrooms
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Sean Clarke 3h
Universal Credit is indeed an attack on the poorest in society but it's not broken. The Tory government are evil and knew exactly what they were doing when they rolled it out. It needs scrapped. A.S.A.P!!
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