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IFS: Growth in UK living standards worst in 60 years | Business | The Guardian
The Institute for Financial Studies is predicting that households will be almost 20% worse off by 2021 - IFS calculations show that average household incomes will be 18% lower in 2021-22 than could have been reasonably expected before the financial crisis in 2007-08 - “One of the biggest drivers of the rise in child poverty is policy choices, which is why it is essential that the prime minister and chancellor use the upcoming budget to put in place measures to stop this happening. An excellent start would be to ensure families can keep more of their earnings under the universal credit.”
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march 2017 by asterisk2a
Jeremy Corbyn's Labour leadership campaign: behind the scenes exclusive | Owen Jones talks - YouTube
socialism for crony capitalism (Super Rich, 1%, 30% of top of society, babyboomers, asset owners - owners of commanding hights, bank bailout) - vs - people // Noam Chomsky, can't have (crony) capitalism and democracy //&! --- - What if Jeremy Corbyn actually wins the Labour leadership? | Owen Jones talks... - key are key messages! repeated. properly framed. unpenetrable by Tories highly skilled spin doctors and their usual campaign of fear (tool, lowest common denominator easiest to mass communicate and transmit in one sentence) to distract/divert from the truth ... 'oh my good, look over there!' ... peoples convenience and attention span and willingness to debate endanger what has been built. it is already dismantled. //&! - Hostile Press!
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
BBC News - Obese could lose benefits if they refuse treatment - PM
[ we are all in this together ] David Cameron sees the wide-ranging welfare reforms introduced in this Parliament as part of a "moral mission". He has said they give new hope to people who have been written off by helping them back to work. He also knows taxpayers who fund the welfare state like policies which ensure benefits only go to those who need them. So despite criticism of what some see as an increasingly punitive benefits regime, the Conservatives are floating a new suggestion - possible sanctions for those claimants who refuse help to overcome treatable conditions. On the same day, during a speech in Wales, Labour's leader will pledge to continue his attack on tax avoidance. So David Cameron runs the risk of being seen as someone wanting to crack down on some of society's most vulnerable, while Ed Miliband targets the wealthiest. The truth is both party leaders are trying to persuade "hard-working families" that they're on their side. // &!
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february 2015 by asterisk2a

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