There's been lots of hot air in Westminster today aboutthe proposed capping of families benefits at £26k per year. Until today I'dfelt rather sorry for the unemployed and disabled etc, at least I did untilread this article on the BBC News website:- http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-16812185 The mother appears incapable of work and the father hasn't worked since 2001.They get £30k per year in state benefits of which they spend (by mycalculations based on the article):- £2600 per year on mobile phones and Sky TV £1664 per year on booze £4387 per year on fags and rolling tobacco That's a total of £8651 per year on non-essential (luxury?) items and they havethe nerve to moan about the £4k cut in benefits coming their way. I'd doublethat and threaten further cuts if the adults don't find paid employment. Thefather states "I see 8 people here having to choose between eating orheating". Funny that 'cos I see a self deluded free loading tosser.