Most likely everyone that voted Tory.
Any many many more, large groups of hardworking people in this country that aren't allowed to vote in general elections despite paying their taxes. A lot of them think *** is going wrong if you can't voice opinions like that which reflect the sentiment of many.Most likely everyone that voted Tory.
Brittany is region in France not a county btw.They call it Bretagne.Any many many more, large groups of hardworking people in this country that aren't allowed to vote in general elections despite paying their taxes. A lot of them think *** is going wrong if you can't voice opinions like that which reflect the sentiment of many.
It like profit, work, looking after yourself are dirty concepts which used to be what made Brittany great.
I believe benefits like these have been paid since the '70s by governments of all political colours.I thought the poorest / unemployed were getting a £150 rise in their annual child tax credits plus those working benefit from the amount at which you pay tax being raised.
We are ultimately in this mess because Labour preferred the idea that the state supported parent's income instead of employers paying decent wages which basically screwed everyone including those of us that have no interest in having kids. Nothing wrong with going without when your a youngster, stands you in goodstead for the life you've got to look forward to thanks to my generation and older.
If anything having less money I've found means I eat better. In the past I thought nothing of getting in the car and going to McDonalds or KFC. Now I think if I coook something myself I'll probably be spending £2-£3, goto the kebab shop I'll be spending closer to £5.No need for it though with fresh produce being cheaper than the manufactured rubbish. It is a choice regardless of money.
I believe you are wrong on all accounts .I believe benefits like these have been paid since the '70s by governments of all political colours.
I believe the previous Labour government introduced the minimum wage to ensure employers were forced to pay a decent wage.
I believe there is a strong correlation between poverty and ill health & obesity in children.
Spot on, fast rubbish food from McDonalds , Kentucky fried garbage, is far more expensive than buying fresh produce and cooking it yourself, it aint as if the people on benifits aint got time to cook it is it.No need for it though with fresh produce being cheaper than the manufactured rubbish. It is a choice regardless of money.
My wife opened the big fridge and showed the fresh produce ;-) Bread we make with flour fresh every other day shock horror ;-)
Different parties different benifits.So in your world there was no child benefit in the '80s, Labour didn't introduce a minimum wage, and there's no link between poverty and health.
Believe what you like. The facts though, are that:Different parties different benifits.
Did not force employers to pay a decent wage, wages below minimum wage are rife in the black economy.
Good food like veg, rice, pulses chicken are cheaper than fast food rubbish, people on benifits can eat very well and healthy if they choice to.
Also grow veg in your allotment if you can get one, loads where I live £10 a year, or if you have a garden grow veg there, people on benifits have plenty of spare time to grow their own veg if they can be bothered to switch off the TV and Jeremy Kyle.
I find I use the freezer a lot now, that saves me a fortune as I pretty much eliminate any food waste that way. I think regardless of budget it's possible to live of the finest ranges (well I do) if you can eliminate the wastage.