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Benefits Cheat Who Stole £50,000 Escapes Jail - And Is Given 106 Years To Pay Back The Money

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as per title.not judging this woman,do the crime,do the time etc but 106 years.I want some bankers in front of the beaks.

if they ever got a conviction-highly unlikely-what are they gonna do,take it at £10 a week.

You cant blame anyone for doing this. It is free money if there is no 'or else', as in, you wont defraud the system 'or else' you will go to prison for ten years and no more benefit when you come out.

It shows that they system is totally bust. This sort of fraud is rife.

A citizens income is the best way of sorting it out, short doing away with all benefits completely.

When people come on the media and spout how the cuts are going to hurt the poorest in society, I just laugh. They are either fools or have no idea. For a huge number of people, social security is just one big fraud, paid for by the honest hardworking people of the UK. The burden they carry is becoming unsustainable and humiliating. It has to end.

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A citizens income is the best way of sorting it out, short doing away with all benefits completely.

When people come on the media and spout how the cuts are going to hurt the poorest in society, I just laugh. It has to end.

As long as you have to qualify and prove yourself worthy to be a citizen.

Laughing about it has to stop. This charade has to come to an end.

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