Benefits Britain Ch4

#3
There are disabled people I know that could work, the problem comes with holding a job down thru time off etc....thats what stops them ever trying... I am classed disabled and work full time.
 
#4
Hmm more like NAAFI material. That idle porker...
I would never have known when to stop slapping her. How much do you think her nails cost?

The old man had me in tears, especially when he got his Grandad's watch back.

Council houses next week. That should also be fun!
 
#6
Watched it too, old guy into carehome, young guy with spinabifida put out to work while fat lazy ass afro carribean woman just makes an arrse of the benefits system. Was well proud of the young lad taking on work, and that the old guy had the conkers to give up that little bit of valuable clockwork that was his grandfathers to the pawnbrokers just so he could get by a bit easier, glad to see he got it back, but that lazy ass woman should have been made to work , she got off too lightly, sort of makes you wonder about todays dla society, who is entitled and who isnt, those that are entitled, war veterans, those that are severely unable to work get pushed aside while those that rape the system get away scot free.
The system is definitely wrong in that respect.

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#9
I'm almost tired saying this, but you will never remove the professional claimant from the welfare system.

You may catch the odd one, once in a while, but generally scroungers are the price you pay for having a welfare system which is of any use to anyone. No way around it, what ever mark you set, whatever criteria you use the professional claimant will do what is required.

It just needs to be dealt with.
 

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#14
I would never have known when to stop slapping her. How much do you think her nails cost?

The old man had me in tears, especially when he got his Grandad's watch back.

Council houses next week. That should also be fun!
I don't care how much her nails cost, it's too much. I've no idea how she'd the brass neck to watch the woman with one hand work but decide she can't. When the old chap said the man in the wheel chair should get most assistance she nearly flipped, me, me, me, me, me.
 
#15
She's probably carrying my bodyweight in surplus fat, she does this every second of every minute of every day. I'd be fucked, lose the weight and she'll get better.
 
#16
Read a bit about this and apart from giving the fat slag who couldn't pick potatoes up a wake up call, its a cracking idea to give employers a subsidy to train people. Why doesn't this happen??
T.A is my only income at the moment and its bloody frustrating when you see a job for street cleaner and it says 'must have 3 years experience'
 
#17
Read a bit about this and apart from giving the fat slag who couldn't pick potatoes up a wake up call, its a cracking idea to give employers a subsidy to train people. Why doesn't this happen??
T.A is my only income at the moment and its bloody frustrating when you see a job for street cleaner and it says 'must have 3 years experience'
It's been available under various guises for almost thirty years. Most employers aren't interested.
 

jarrod248

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#18
Read a bit about this and apart from giving the fat slag who couldn't pick potatoes up a wake up call, its a cracking idea to give employers a subsidy to train people. Why doesn't this happen??
T.A is my only income at the moment and its bloody frustrating when you see a job for street cleaner and it says 'must have 3 years experience'
I've never seen a job for a cleaner saying that.
 

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