HomeBlogSHOCK figures from Shelter reveal 3.9m British families are one payday away from homelessness
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  • Barry April 11, 2013 at 11:01 am

    And this Coalition government stats “Brittan for the hard working” but soon some of them hard working family’s will be facing the hash reality of this Coalition government benefit reforms not exactly the promises they gave to the hard working family’s and dote even think about clamming sickness because of all the stress of becoming jobless and homeless and unable to support your family’s because if you do that your become one of the many scroungers that are leaching off of the benefits system according to this Coalition government… so if your feeling hopeless because you’ve loss your job become homeless and unable to support your family just join in the cue of the many people committing suicide because this Coalition government will be happy you made the right chose for all concerned.

    On the other hand Poetic Justas to all of those that supported this Coalition government in all there benefit reforms now you’re going to pay dearly for your support and your going to feel what its like to be kicked in the gut but the very Government you supported!

    • Jean April 11, 2013 at 4:25 pm

      So true Barry. I wish people would wake up, open their eyes & see the injustice happening all around us.

      What a cruel society we are becoming. But I suppose it’s because the people who are fortunate enough to be in full time work don’t see the real picture as they’re all too busy working harder than ever to keep their jobs so they can pay their bills & keep a roof over their heads!

  • Bluesky April 11, 2013 at 6:40 pm

    well said barry. many of them will be chocking on their cornflakes for voting tory..
    and will soon find the harsh reality of the DWP/sanctions and refusing them benefits they so badly need to survive. harsh i know but it’s the torys and their fat banker (er, i ment to say wanker) chums that caused this mess not the poor/disabled/unemployed..

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