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Uk Unemployment Rises To 1.7M

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I would guess its Spanish, who have run out of dole at home and have only recently dicovered the joys of working tax credits and UK housing benefit.

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When, in fcksake, are we going to sort out our non-contributory benefit system.

It was bad enough when benefits were low and the rest of the EU were not entitled to it.

But now, with TCs + HB being so high, *AND* EU citizen entilted to it, its fcking insane.

Especially when their own has run out.

Andrew Tyrie has arranged fro the EU migrations figures to be published a week or so before the Brexit vote.

That will push us into a Brexit.

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When, in fcksake, are we going to sort out our non-contributory benefit system.

It was bad enough when benefits were low and the rest of the EU were not entitled to it.

But now, with TCs + HB being so high, *AND* EU citizen entilted to it, its fcking insane.

Especially when their own has run out.

Andrew Tyrie has arranged fro the EU migrations figures to be published a week or so before the Brexit vote.

That will push us into a Brexit.

When public support is against it.

Question time nail bar lounge woman, was a good example to show the spongers. But they messed it up big time

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When public support is against it.

Question time nail bar lounge woman, was a good example to show the spongers. But they messed it up big time

But it is!

UKGOV is deliberately hiding the facts and cost of in-work benefits.

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-eu-referendum-35958689

Bar ISIS blowing up Eastenders and Mary Berry, which, personally, Id not be against, I cannot think of anything more likely t make everyone vote Out.

Morons.

One eyed tnuc for making the system.

Coalition for not seeing it for what it was and moving quicker.

EU for not seeing what that the rules on benefit are stupid and its short sighted making the UK pick up the tab for EU unemployed.

And that a Brexit will start to unravel most of the EU.

Hard to judge who is the biggest moron. I;kk go with Brown, cause he is.

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The wages numbers were worse too. Much more of this and the Bank of England will be at panic stations.

Why the fck do UK companys need to pay wages.

Just get someone for 16h and let the tax payers make the difference up.

And if the object, well, there's 100s of EU migrants willing to work for pennies.

Fck isnt it?

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Can't wait for all those failed businesses supported by tax credits to show up in the figures.

I think this is a biggie, and will drive many who escaped the clutches of the job centre as self-employed back into their arms for some ritual demoralising.

The myth of an thriving economy :huh: will meet the reality. Going to cost more too.

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Our "thriving" economy is no different than some idiot down the pub saying how well he's doing because he's got a brand new car, new house, new everything - all paid for by borrowed money, and he's needing payday loans to pay the original loans. UK is borrowing £10Bn a month to keep its "thriving" economy going. Shouldn't a truly thriving economy not need £10Bn of borrowed month a month pumped into it?

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