We’re Glad They Said That – Issue 12.1

“But on the other hand, let’s look at the issues of dependency, where we’ve trapped people in poverty through the extent of welfare that they have,” then in the same outpouring without irony or sense of contradiction:

“And because it’s always worth people going into work, you will actually reduce benefits,” and then:

“to bring welfare benefits for the unemployed and low-paid together under a new “universal credit” system, were the most far-reaching for more than 60 years.” The mouthpiece of the coalition.
Eds: I suppose contradiction does start with CON.

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