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What you didn’t mention in the article, is that Cait Reilly – who refused to work unpaid at Poundland – was ALREADY doing unpaid work, of her own choice, and connected with her degree qualification. In her case, it amounts purely to the pedantic bullying of the DWP who refused to recognise her voluntary work as ‘approved’ by them.
you forgot that she must be the wrong type of unemployed person … when will this ever end????
they will b bringing the work houses back next its discusting , this goverment has a lot to answer to xx
This Government and Ian Duncan Smith do not give a damn about the law, their plan is to strip you of every penny pillage and plunder your savings under the erroneous disguise thats its fraud when in fact most people who are threatened with going to trial and therefore prison have not worked and claimed benefits but have saved their money BEFORE they needed to claim benefits.
Please join me and others to fight against this tyranny, people who have illegally been denied benefits because they did not go on workfare program or because they failed to notify JCP of their savings should not be treated in this abusive and immoral way, these people should have their money back and their wrongfully confiscated savings returned to them.
WE MUST HAVE JUSTICE, stop the systematic abuse of the working class and benefit claimants.