Whilst there will continue to be robust debate on the effects of benefit cuts, surely there will be a consensus that we can't afford to continue (year on year) to increase the total benefit bill?
A welfare cap addresses this.
Sounds like the corner has been turned, and we are well on the road to recovery! The (unpopular) policies are laying the basis for a brighter tomorrow from a macro-economic perspective.
This can only be good for everybody in the long run, although it may take a long time to work its way through the population.
Fear not Chris, we live in a democracy. If the majority of the voters agree with you (and how could they not?) then Labour will be elected in 18 months time.
Then all problems will disappear. World peace will ensue. Nobody will want for anything. The sun will shine every day.
Unless (surely not) Labour do not reverse all of the changes?
And before anybody takes this as support of UC, or the 'bedroom tax' or any other policy, it is merely noting that regardless of the venom with which you attack the Tories Labour are not much different (I am ignoring the LidDems, which is easy to do).
No, it doesn't improve my understanding because I comprehended that from the start.
My opinion is that if the money from RTB is used to provided social rented homes then it doesn't matter who build them, just that they are built.
Lots of numbers in here. Pick whichever stat you prefer it is still way above 1,662.
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