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Karen Sep 22
The idea behind is to create a hostile environment for claimants. Every part of it is there to confound, confuse and discourage people in need. It is a punitive system designed to punish people for the “crime” of being poor, unemployed, sick or disabled.
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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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DWP Sep 24
Alok Sharma, Minister for Employment, explains how has helped people across the country
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Will Nettle Sep 24
Is anyone able to help offer some insight on how their LA/H.A adjusted to the introduction of Universal Credit for an assignment i’m doing? Please PM me if you can help. Cheers!
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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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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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Terry Morris 22m
Replying to @BBCPolitics @guardian
"the disastrous but inescapable .." That the technologically ignorant screwed-up every project with significant IT content is inarguable..
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OU Autistic Student #GTTO🇵🇸 2h
Everybody who thinks pause and fix is good enough for should have their wages stopped for a year, their bank accounts frozen and then forced to have a WCA which they fail due to lies from the assessor. Just to get an idea what anguish, despair and terror is like
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Alex Tiffin 11h
I spoke to about Labour's lack of action on .
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Ross Williams 5h
Thank you for the discussion today. Great to see how you're set up and facing down the challenges of and . Look forward to you visiting us in January. (P.s. I'll have biscuits)
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DWP Sep 21
Employees claiming receive tailored support and training, helping them to progress in work and make the most of their potential
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OU Autistic Student #GTTO🇵🇸 2h
Replying to @AspieOu
They should be made to wait for their appeals which they lose, they should only be able to use food banks 3 times and have whatever money they have in the home taken away. So they can feel hunger. And the cold. And the worry of the bills arriving.
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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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I was a JSA claimant 9h
John McDonnell makes strongest suggestion yet that Labour could scrap Tory benefit shake-up
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I was a JSA claimant Sep 24
It's obviously a major disappointment that Labour did not have the courage to vote on a motion to stop and scrap , but take a small amount of solace in these delegates who did
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Terry Morris 47m
From to Watchkeeper and -35B, screwed-up every project with significant IT content. in any form will now be no different because trade and other essential exchanges will hemorrhage without workable systems..
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Basic Income UK Sep 24
What about for a start, making actually universal & paid to each individual in credit as ? Charities shld work to solve the probs they're in the business of supporting people thru - surely we're aiming for a society where 'charity' isn't needed?
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I was a JSA claimant Sep 24
Replying to @imajsaclaimant
'Yorkshire landlords now less likely to rent to claimants - and bad providers fill gap' "landlords’ hesitance to rent to those in receipt of the benefit means the claimants are vulnerable to criminal housing conditions."
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Debbie Abrahams MP Sep 20
Oh my goodness more horror stories from the world of It must be stopped.
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Saadia K (BA Hons Visual Communication) 10h
I phoned my dentist to tell them we have to pay for dental treatment and whoever picked it up still says we don't have to pay as we are on but according to letter if you get over £935 a month you have to pay, they won't let me pay for the treatment, what to do
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