Monthly Archives: August 2013

Benefit Fraud part two – state control of bodies

In my previous post I took a macro view of the topic of ‘Benefit Fraud’. Today I am zooming in the lens, and taking a closer, micro view of the human experience. Who commits benefit fraud? What can we learn … Continue reading

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Benefit Fraud – the greatest swindle of all (part one)

Benefit Fraud. A huge problem that has bankrupted the country, carried out by nasty, cunning criminals living large on our tax payments having 5 holidays in the Bahamas per year while we the great and good work ourselves to an … Continue reading

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The bedroom tax and buggy bound babies. Why it is wrong for all of us

The case against the bedroom tax has been well laid out by many. It has also created a large amount of heat. As of this morning, if you Google ‘bedroom tax’ you get one hundred and twenty three million hits. … Continue reading

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On the ridiculous suggestion that Stephen Hawking exists, therefore disability benifits shouldn’t

This week the┬áDaily Mail and the Telegraph both ran versions of the same story, highlighting a rant by one particular GP in the doctors magazine Pulse. This particular GP resents spending time with patients who claim sickness benefits or require … Continue reading

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