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All ties in with the scams going on in the North and West of London (and probably other towns across the UK) where families are contriving to work the benefits system.

Family 1,2,3,4 and on buys a house (possibly even with a fraudulent application regarding earnings up to 2007 anyway) they then let the house they have bought to another part of the family (with a proper tenancy agreement) who go on to claim housing benefit, rinse and repeat a few hundred times and you can see it is a huge problem.

Goes on for years with the end result of getting the taxpayer to fund most of the mortgage costs.

Because of the common surnames council fraud departments cannot keep up with it. There have been a handful of prosecutions but the politically correct aspect of who commits this fraud stops them going after it whole-scale.

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Perhaps the government could employ some managers to check these claims to see they are valid .... but I suppose these managers will be needed to make sure the long-term unemployed sign on every day.

DWP is overstaffed and needs to lose a huge number as it is!

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This still makes me sicker tbh.

http://www.newstates...lions-subsidies

No wonder there was no will on the part of the British establishment to fight the Common Agricultural Policy. It's a win-win for the power elite of both France and the UK. The French get to keep their nice heritage food supply, family cheese makers etc. and the British aristocracy receive a massive subsidy from the taxpayer. The Normans certainly knew what they were doing with their feudal model. Feudalism never died, it just intertwined itself into our the power structures and financial system.

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All ties in with the scams going on in the North and West of London (and probably other towns across the UK) where families are contriving to work the benefits system.

Family 1,2,3,4 and on buys a house (possibly even with a fraudulent application regarding earnings up to 2007 anyway) they then let the house they have bought to another part of the family (with a proper tenancy agreement) who go on to claim housing benefit, rinse and repeat a few hundred times and you can see it is a huge problem.

Goes on for years with the end result of getting the taxpayer to fund most of the mortgage costs.

Because of the common surnames council fraud departments cannot keep up with it. There have been a handful of prosecutions but the politically correct aspect of who commits this fraud stops them going after it whole-scale.

I was alluding to this on another thread today. You've got professional landlords renting to professional tenants, with the taxpayer as the mark. I think that's the reason crime is down, too easy to get bigger legal returns engaging in this sort of scheme.

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All ties in with the scams going on in the North and West of London (and probably other towns across the UK) where families are contriving to work the benefits system.

Family 1,2,3,4 and on buys a house (possibly even with a fraudulent application regarding earnings up to 2007 anyway) they then let the house they have bought to another part of the family (with a proper tenancy agreement) who go on to claim housing benefit, rinse and repeat a few hundred times and you can see it is a huge problem.

Goes on for years with the end result of getting the taxpayer to fund most of the mortgage costs.

Because of the common surnames council fraud departments cannot keep up with it. There have been a handful of prosecutions but the politically correct aspect of who commits this fraud stops them going after it whole-scale.

+1

I knew a "family" that ran a group of elderly who they claimed for in various parts of the country. They were always unsure of what their relatives names were. One day they came up to me with three sets of ids and asked me which one should they should use. When I highlighted this to the local FPC they told me to use the local one and ignore the others. When asked if they would investigate they said no as they only had her registered with her one local id!

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Just watch this - and WEEP.........

Asylum seeking benefits cheat received nearly £400,000: -

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-15899948

All this has been going on for years and years and years..... This is just the tip of a gargantuan iceberg.....

Doesn't make you SICK?? :unsure: :angry: :angry:

..the people giving out the benefit should be investigated...are they still employed.....?....when will the Government start managing... :rolleyes:

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... There have been a handful of prosecutions but the politically correct aspect of who commits this fraud stops them going after it whole-scale.

...the politically correct angle is an excuse by the people employed to cover up they are not fit for purpose and should be sacked.... :rolleyes:

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...the politically correct angle is an excuse by the people employed to cover up they are not fit for purpose and should be sacked.... :rolleyes:

The Passport Office is another place of unprecedented fraud & corruption...

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