Monthly Archives: December 2013

‘Moaning’ Work and Pensions committee lets IDS ‘off the hook’

Originally posted on Vox Political:
It is said that you can get the measure of a man, not from his words, but from his actions. Iain Duncan Smith brought bodyguards to the Commons Work and Pensions Committee yesterday. (Monday) Why…

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‘Moaning’ Work and Pensions committee lets IDS ‘off the hook’

Originally posted on Vox Political:
It is said that you can get the measure of a man, not from his words, but from his actions. Iain Duncan Smith brought bodyguards to the Commons Work and Pensions Committee yesterday. (Monday) Why…

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Workers Of The World Relax, Universal Automation Hits Google Store

Originally posted on the void:
Iain Duncan Smith’s plans to force claimants to spend 35 hours a week endlessly applying for unsuitable jobs via the DWP’s shoddy jobsearch website have suffered another humiliating blow. Universal Automation, which was recently released…

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Poverty: The situation’s bleak, but the future looks worse!

Originally posted on Vox Political:
We all owe a debt of thanks to the Joseph Rowntree Foundation for its work to reveal the depth of poverty in British society today. The Foundation’s latest report reveals that – even by standards…

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The coming Corporatocracy and the death of democracy

Originally posted on Politics and Insights:
“Fascism should more appropriately be called Corporatism because it is a merger of state and corporate power.” – Benito Mussolini. “The real corruption that has eaten into the heart of British public life is…

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A few lights, a camera and some real-life action helped us demystify what it’s like to live with a mental illness, says Dan Charlton

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A few lights, a camera and some real-life action helped us demystify what it’s like to live with a mental illness, says Dan Charlton

A few lights, a camera and some real-life action helped us demystify what it’s like to live with a mental illness, says Dan Charlton.

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