Esther McVey, the Conservatives DWP minister, has refused to appear before the Welfare Reform Committee

Street Democracy - where it should reach - Our Streets!

Petition update – We the ‘people’ demand a Public Inquiry be held regarding the systematic abuse of Benefit Claimants in regard to Benefit Sanctions, Targets & Workfare

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Street Democracy writes:

We the dignified poor, the innately decent and sensitive unemployed, do not deserve the bitter scorn and spiteful childish slander of name calling by the so called top members of our society.

I use the term ‘top’ to stereo type their own social positioning, personally I believe the ruling elites, the Eton-ologist’s that emerge from public schooling are not qualified to govern our country.

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We have to endure an unwanted attachment with Job Centre staff and other administrations of a forced intimacy with a no empathy or decent answers to gain employment or benefits.

A shared privacy with strangers, that ensure they mould the unemployed to participate in what ever scheme they have running to appear to be ‘helpful’ when…

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