I’ve written at length on the many insanities and injustices perpetrated by the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) and its Jobcentre Plus (JCP) ‘subsidiaries’. While it’s crucial to promote awareness of the ‘big picture’ situation, it’s also important to understand that the each misdeed and lie of the DWP – which surely are not going to improve with the promotion of the odious Esther McVey – affects real people.
Including some that our vile, hypocritical government would be supporting if it was even vaguely true to its self-proclaimed commitment to ‘those who work hard’. I’ve come across a perfect example, sent to me by an inside contact at the DWP.
You’ve probably seen the film, or stage show, ‘Billy Elliott’, about a young man from a disadvantaged background who overcomes his disadvantages to become a top ballet star. Sadly, real life does not often work out like in films –…
View original post 751 more words