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The UK will begin implementing a raft of welfare reforms on Monday, which critics say will hit hard on low-income families and the financially vulnerable. On Sunday, protesters took to the streets, with several churches joining the backlash.
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Its Department for Work and Pensions not Welfare and Pensions.
tories and tory voters are evil, they must be stopped by any means
Tory govt to kill off at least 2/3rds of the useless British population & blame it on outside forces
Bankers given billions to continue committing fraud, poor have savage cuts to pay for bankers
Disabled and poor targeted by Cameron for war on poverty. No education, food, heating and healthcare
Vile child abuses run the UK and control America. Satans followers in charge
The roman empire is alive and well , headed by the German and her Greek husband, funded by the poor!
Cameron and his cronies live off their trust funds and ill gotten gains , whilst making a class war!
stuck in the royal borough of kensington and chelsea, Could my neighbors in Westminster go and check on the queen to see if she is O.k. seeing as the tax on having bedrooms you don't use come into force today, I don't want to see a old lady with hundred of spare bedrooms in Buckingham place, suffering. please make sure she is warm and well, or at least go to another of her palaces, with even more empty bedrooms. She is a old lady and we need to make sure that she survives this cold spell as she will be broke because of the tax on bedrooms she is not using.
Dear Brits next to be hit are your pensions, so these are the good times, you are all doomed.
Trying to earn pennies from the poor, while spending millions to arrest Assange... No comments...
As Winston Churchill said...that democracy is the worst form of government except all the others that have been tried. It is now falling victim to what made Communism crumble...the fallacy that everyone is willing to share equally. Doctors come out with high debts but want to live a certain life style. Drug companies have investors to answer too. Patients want the best care available but don't want to pay for it. There is also a reluctance to shift from a care to prevention based medicine. All factors that make the present health-care system in all countries in trouble.
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