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It's not hypocrisy, he's just observed a huge amount of waste from a system in need of reform, and being a self interested person, he's made a few bob, legally above board, from it

If he said the system must stay to help the poor he'd be a hipocrite

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look at the size of that house and I bet his family stole/enclosed the land back in 1600 or something or other.

Why are we still respecting and protecting property rights acquired through medieval violence?

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Richest MP in Britain slams welfare state but makes £625k a year in housing benefit

Maggots! :angry:

Red Blue Yellow Purple - what choice from a shower of shite.

I'd rather vote Russel Brand (if I could), how phuckin desperate is that?

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look at the size of that house and I bet his family stole/enclosed the land back in 1600 or something or other.

Why are we still respecting and protecting property rights acquired through medieval violence?

Possibly

But in the event also legal, if admittedly immoral, so it is hard to see what can practically be done about it if you value our constitution

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It's not hypocrisy, he's just observed a huge amount of waste from a system in need of reform, and being a self interested person, he's made a few bob, legally above board, from it

If he said the system must stay to help the poor he'd be a hipocrite

No, he's basically called the poor scroungers saying that there is a "something for nothing" culture that needs to be got rid of.

Considering his role in that, in feeding off of state handouts, he is entirely a hypocrite as others have said.

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How on earth has this money been allowed to flow into the hands of the few?

How many are doing it on leveraged DEBT?

Surely if this was done differently the 'money' could be funneled into building more affordable housing, making it more attractive for people to actually work for a living.

Something needs to be done about it, but the VI's make the rules.

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It's not hypocrisy,

Benefit scrounger criticises benefit scroungers? Man getting something for nothing criticises something for nothing culture.

Yeah, nothing hypocritical about that.

he's just observed a huge amount of waste from a system in need of reform, and being a self interested person, he's made a few bob, legally above board, from it...

So exactly like all the other people on benefits then.

Possibly

But in the event also legal, if admittedly immoral, so it is hard to see what can practically be done about it if you value our constitution

The 'constitution' that tolerated monarchy, slavery, enclosure and empire? We should definitely hold onto that.

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No, he's basically called the poor scroungers saying that there is a "something for nothing" culture that needs to be got rid of.

Considering his role in that, in feeding off of state handouts, he is entirely a hypocrite as others have said.

No

He isn't in any other way condoned it

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Benefit scrounger criticises benefit scroungers? Man getting something for nothing criticises something for nothing culture.

Yeah, nothing hypocritical about that.

So exactly like all the other people on benefits then.

The 'constitution' that tolerated monarchy, slavery, enclosure and empire? We should definitely hold onto that.

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The 'constitution' that tolerated monarchy, slavery, enclosure and empire? We should definitely hold onto that.

Given we ended slavery that inclusion seems an odd choice.

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Given we ended slavery that inclusion seems an odd choice.

We ended monarchy, and brought it back too (somewhat unconstitutionally)

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Given we ended slavery that inclusion seems an odd choice.

The government banned slavery, it didn't declare it unconstitutional. You think the 70mph speed limit is part of the constitution? The smoking ban?

You can argue that we don't really have a constitution. I would agree.

If you want to claim that we do, that's fine too.

If you want to claim we have a constitution, and also that it is somehow 'good', then you have to try and explain its failure to prevent monarchy, slavery, enclosure and so on.

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