The welfare state hurts the poor even more than it hurts taxpayers. For the Left, on the other hand, it's a bonanza
Perhaps before governments demand transparency from those they want to pay in to the Treasury, we should insist on transparency from those paid out by the system
The link between welfarism and the Philpott case is clear. If only the left would admit it, then we could think about how to address some of the problems the most vulnerable in our society face
To paraphrase Spartacus: I'm Iain Duncan-Smith!…(Blimey)
The British welfare state is creating multi-generational poverty and misery
There is a choice between immigration and welfare. The irony is that by choosing immigration a government of the left did more to undermine the welfare state than ‘the right’ ever did
We cannot continue to offer benefits that shield recipients from the decisions that all other ordinary families have to make
Absurdly, a 'bedroom tax' could lead to increased spending on welfare and, ultimately, a social security trap - the very opposite of what it hopes to achieve
Brace yourselves for another horror story about deadbeats sponging off the British taxpayer
The welfare state traps people in dependency. People in that situation naturally worry about who will take care of them, making them susceptible to social populists
Addiction to welfare, deliberately promoted for reckless political aims, is capable of extraordinary damage. The West is about to find out the hard way leaving the door open for a grand circle of history
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