Merged: Millions to be forced back to work.

engr172

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#2
It won't happen. Watch one sponger sue the government, and some out of touch judge will back him, in a case costing millions, and the fat b'stards will not work again.

Pathetic government could'nt organise a wnak-a-thon
 
#3
engr172 said:
It won't happen. Watch one sponger sue the government, and some out of touch judge will back him, in a case costing millions, and the fat b'stards will not work again.

Pathetic government could'nt organise a wnak-a-thon
Seconded. It's their "Human Rights, innit..." :pissedoff:
 
#5
Good about time too. Doley boy next door to me has recieved sickness benefit of £150 p/w for ten years + £63 p/w rent + £15 p/w council tax.

Don't see anything wrong with him as he walks round with his mandatory can of lager in his hand.

There are loads of jobs here as the Poles prove - but the benefit is more of a matress to some rather than a safety net. Many are actively seeking unemployment. They would rather a handout than a hand up.
 
#6
Mr_Deputy said:
great, if capable to work them get them to do so. could help any economic downturn.
but are the jobs there for them?
Take a look at the graffeti, rubbish etc in the average town centre. They can clean that up in return for their benefits.

Companies like McDonalds, Tesco etc always have a high turn over, so there are plenty of low-paid, low-skill jobs out there...

But it's a moot point; this Gub'mint does'nt have the bottle for a fight. They'll back down from the first serious challenge. :x
 
#7
well, let's look on the bright side: they are trying and its been acknowledged at least that there's a problem. They tried something like this before with Frank Field (yes, I know he got the sack). They're going to find this hard simply because of the people who make up their party with their attitudes, values & beliefs.
 
#8
Nah it'll never happen if all these millions are found work, day time TV will become uneconomical to continue and Tesco's/Asda will loose millions in lost diamond white and cheap lager sales, as for Mcdonalds they will all be empty, job centres will close and sales of drugs will plummet!!
Hang on....... crime will go down too, all these chavs working will leave coppers with nothig to do except walk around all day, wohoo crack on I say!!!
 
#10
Werewolf said:
Mr_Deputy said:
great, if capable to work them get them to do so. could help any economic downturn.
but are the jobs there for them?
Take a look at the graffeti, rubbish etc in the average town centre. They can clean that up in return for their benefits.

Companies like McDonalds, Tesco etc always have a high turn over, so there are plenty of low-paid, low-skill jobs out there...

But it's a moot point; this Gub'mint does'nt have the bottle for a fight. They'll back down from the first serious challenge. :x
Good idea, why not send them to the army? Even if there is a high drop out rate there must be a percentage if given the right encouragement will make it as soldiers??
 
#11
never happen.

H.
 
#12
People are always bleating on about the zillions of landmines in the world, why don't we train these chavs to clear them, a few cans of diamond white or buckie and let them go. Problem solved.
 
#13
I wonder how much the government will slice benefits in order to punish those that go against the grain? It should be sliced so that they can't afford their Sky TV and kitted up Ford Escorts, and so they can only afford bread and dripping to live on each week. Maybe that'll give them a kick up the arrse and into a job.

But I doubt the Government has the stones to take such a "hard line" with them, and as has already been said, as soon as someone puts a hurdle in front of them they will fall.
 
#14
Once again this shower of sh1t pasing the buck to another private sector group, no doubt bassed off shore!

If the NHS was not so slow and over managed and if people with problems that could be fixed quickly, they would not be long term sick! However, when you look at ALL the so-called managers in the Civil Service off with Stress (poor darlings), perhaps this bunck of c@nts should be asking why?

Work to live, or live to work -- Work life balance!!
 
#15
Private companies to be offered up to £50,000 for finding unemployed people jobs for 18 months.
Genius. Well I'm prepared to employ 10.000 people at £20K PA for 18 months and pocket the 200 million pound difference.
Kerching. :roll:
 
#16
A minor flaw in the government arguement, there aren't a million jobs out there and anyway, if there were, the poles would bag most of them cos they work for half the money, and the illegals would get the rest as they work for peanuts, live 20 to a room and no-one knows who they are, least of all the government. You would still have the great underclass of idle benefit-scrounging, asbo-laden, drug-fueled tossers who won't work, doing nothing and expecting everything

Nurse !!!!!
 
#17
exactly
nice little earning making a shed full of cash giving the able but a bit idle a well deserved kick up the backside but is that really worth 6grand?
while all the unemployable bolshy fall off the radar :twisted: .

if somebody's been on the sick for ten years getting them employable is going to take a bit more than turning up once a week and a new suit and a hair cut :(
 
#18
simple scheme leave out the consultants and pfi deals
work shy chav 200 quid if you get a job
500 quid if you keep it for 6 months
another 500 at a year
1000 tax free if you keep it for 18months
simple to administer and cheap once somebody earning a bit of cash there be loath to go back to the dole.
similar scheme for an employer take on a British unemployed person get a bit of cash when they start bit more at 6 months bit more at a year and a final thank you at 18 months.
 
#19
brighton hippy said:
simple scheme leave out the consultants and pfi deals
work shy chav 200 quid if you get a job
500 quid if you keep it for 6 months
another 500 at a year
1000 tax free if you keep it for 18months
simple to administer and cheap once somebody earning a bit of cash there be loath to go back to the dole.
similar scheme for an employer take on a British unemployed person get a bit of cash when they start bit more at 6 months bit more at a year and a final thank you at 18 months.
Give them feck all!!!!!!!!

Where i can see where you're coming from on this why give them anything, stopping all their benefits if they don't get a job should be incentive enough.

Should a person from a decent background with a previously instilled work ethic be given such a bung too? Or a lad or lass just joined the forces?

Why should we pay them over £2200 of tax payers money just to be socially responsible?

daft idea mate.
 
#20
If you were an employer and you had two candidates for a job, who would you choose: the eager young Polish graduate with perfect English who's desperate to work hard for the minimum wage and make something of him/herself, or a degenerate drink-sodden chain-smoking tattooed illiterate Brit reptile who's been forced away from his/her daytime television and whose main goal is to get sacked asap so he/she can get back on benefits?
 

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