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Another waffle waffle labout twit on now from the new statesman

Grow up. He was quite objective. Certainly not as didactic as Patience Wheatcroft.

Condemning under 35's to shared housing and restricting incapacity benefits to twelve months are the scandals which have yet to emerge. If you lose your legs, do you think you will be ready to work again in twelve months? Fair and equal not.

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Grow up. He was quite objective. Certainly not as didactic as Patience Wheatcroft.

Condemning under 35's to shared housing and restricting incapacity benefits to twelve months are the scandals which have yet to emerge. If you lose your legs, do you think you will be ready to work again in twelve months? Fair and equal not.

He was a complete waffle merchant.

An of course 100% of all invalidatity claimants have lost both legs.

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Somehow Paxman has rediscovered the ability to ask government politicians questions.

Something he lost during the last 13 years - until now.

Coalition politicians haven't been trained to recite "the right thing to do" in response to any question yet.

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Grow up. He was quite objective. Certainly not as didactic as Patience Wheatcroft.

Condemning under 35's to shared housing and restricting incapacity benefits to twelve months are the scandals which have yet to emerge. If you lose your legs, do you think you will be ready to work again in twelve months? Fair and equal not.

Grow up. Hard to do if you have no legs. Incapacity benefit is mostly a scam.

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Another waffle waffle labout twit on now from the new statesman

The largest amount of waffle by far came from Danny Alexander. Any regular here will know that I am interested in all this stuff but listening to him had my mind wandering after just a few minutes. He must own a Tardis because he seems to be on nearly every TV channel at the same time. No sign of any interviews with Georgie Osborne though. Wonder why that is. <_<

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The largest amount of waffle by far came from Danny Alexander. Any regular here will know that I am interested in all this stuff but listening to him had my mind wandering after just a few minutes. He must own a Tardis because he seems to be on nearly every TV channel at the same time. No sign of any interviews with Georgie Osborne though. Wonder why that is. <_<

...Danny is the detail man at the Treasury...... :rolleyes:

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The largest amount of waffle by far came from Danny Alexander. Any regular here will know that I am interested in all this stuff but listening to him had my mind wandering after just a few minutes. He must own a Tardis because he seems to be on nearly every TV channel at the same time. No sign of any interviews with Georgie Osborne though. Wonder why that is. <_<

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It's difficult to tell one from the other...

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If you lose your legs, do you think you will be ready to work again in twelve months? Fair and equal not.

I think there should be more jobs for those with disabilities not less. If she lost her legs at 25 in a car accident

then after the 12 months were up and following a medical examination they might be able to help her find a job

or if not continue paying the £96 or whatever per week but still helping her.

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