Labour’s top people start at last to move to compensate 1950s born women pension losers

Originally posted on Westminster Confidential:
In conversation at the private meeting. Left to Right: Moira Ramage, prospective Labour Parliamentary candidate for Paisley and renfrewshire South;myself; Laura Alvarez and Baroness Blower Senior Labour figures are preparing to improve their offer to compensate 3.8 million women born in the 1950s who are facing hardship by having to…

Dear Thérèse Coffey. All the best, persecuting poor, ill and disabled people

Thérèse Coffey – Secretary of State for Work and Pensions House of Commons London SW1A 0AA 19 September 2019 Dear Thérèse Coffey, In your recent exciting video, introducing yourself as the new head of the DWP, you said, “It’s a privilege to lead a department that is here to help so many people.” For us […]

We are governed by a false narrative that everything is predicated on wealth

The accumulation of wealth for its own sake is responsible for poverty because it is unnatural and false. It is anti-life. Human kind are the only creatures who have this imposed false narrative of being, every other creature and, indeed, most humans, merely want enough and having enough will get on and do other things, […]

We don’t care that you’re disabled and distressed you still have to attend DWP courses. More tales from Ashton-under-Lyne Jobcentre.

Originally posted on The poor side of life:
Dear readers it’s Thursday and we had a very busy demo. All of our food parcels were taken straight away and we helped lots of people. I’ll list today’s conversations but I will not be divulging anyone’s identities etc. I realise that this week is an extremely…