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Mohammed Saleem Karim

Mohammed Saleem Karim

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  • Comment on: Current welfare system 'completely broken' claims IDS

    Mohammed Saleem Karim's comment | 01/07/2011 6:33 pm

    I dont feel without sounding too harsh, the Minister Ian Duncan-Smith, fully understands how the UK came to the current situation in the first place. I do agree with reforms whole heartedly, but they must be completed in such manner the current generation are rewarded well for work, because otherwise like the current wealth gap and social divide the problems will continue. ROME WAS NOT BUILT IN A DAY IDS.

  • Comment on: Current welfare system 'completely broken' claims IDS

    Mohammed Saleem Karim's comment | 01/07/2011 6:33 pm

    I dont feel without sounding too harsh, the Minister Ian Duncan-Smith, fully understands how the UK came to the current situation in the first place. I do agree with reforms whole heartedly, but they must be completed in such manner the current generation are rewarded well for work, because otherwise like the current wealth gap and social divide the problems will continue. ROME WAS NOT BUILT IN A DAY IDS.

  • Comment on: Former lunatic asylum gets housing green light

    Mohammed Saleem Karim's comment | 30/06/2011 1:57 pm

    Dear all,
    I can believe in the 21st Centuary people in the Housing Community are still using words like "lunatic" and "lunatic asylum", for heaven sake given these poor people some dignity. I have worked with people who have long term mental health issues and illness and it is not nice to be called a lunatic all the time either, Hence Could Inside Housing reword this article again and not make it sound so offensive, as well as off putting to its readers thank you.

    Saleem - Manchester

  • Comment on: Former lunatic asylum gets housing green light

    Mohammed Saleem Karim's comment | 30/06/2011 1:57 pm

    Dear all,
    I can believe in the 21st Centuary people in the Housing Community are still using words like "lunatic" and "lunatic asylum", for heaven sake given these poor people some dignity. I have worked with people who have long term mental health issues and illness and it is not nice to be called a lunatic all the time either, Hence Could Inside Housing reword this article again and not make it sound so offensive, as well as off putting to its readers thank you.

    Saleem - Manchester

  • Comment on: Former lunatic asylum gets housing green light

    Mohammed Saleem Karim's comment | 30/06/2011 1:57 pm

    Dear all,
    I can believe in the 21st Centuary people in the Housing Community are still using words like "lunatic" and "lunatic asylum", for heaven sake given these poor people some dignity. I have worked with people who have long term mental health issues and illness and it is not nice to be called a lunatic all the time either, Hence Could Inside Housing reword this article again and not make it sound so offensive, as well as off putting to its readers thank you.

    Saleem - Manchester

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