Ipswich Unemployed Action.

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Government May End Benefit Link to Inflation.

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In the Guardian Today – a new threat.

George Osborne has instructed Treasury officials to draw up proposals to scrap inflation-linked rises for benefits, although he is unlikely to make any changes for next year.



So now we know the context of then anti-benefit claimants campaign.


Written by Andrew Coates

November 4, 2011 at 12:10 pm

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  1. Hell is too good for that excuse of a human being.


    November 4, 2011 at 12:43 pm

  2. I presume he will do the same for MP salaries. No? What a surprise.

    Scum, complete scum.


    November 4, 2011 at 3:44 pm

    • The UK government is evil if it does not feel duty-bound in feeding and clothing the poor. It receives many hundreds of billions of pounds in taxpayers and still threatens the insufficient money that goes to the poor.


      November 5, 2011 at 1:10 am

      • Not only the government: Homeless Charity Centrepoint, Patron Prince William, looks pretty bad as well. They are cutting staff wages – hard. But not, er, well guess whose salaries are not touched…

        “Matt Smith, the union’s regional officer, said: “Despite all the management’s efforts, our members have again voted for strike action. It is very unfair that our members pay will be cut so much that they could fail to keep up their mortgage and rental repayments and join the very people they are dedicated to help.”

        The union claims that 112 of the charity’s 212 staff stand to lose “thousands of pounds” in pay a year, and criticises the charity for ring-fencing top executives’ salaries.



        Andrew Coates

        November 5, 2011 at 12:01 pm

      • The staff at Centrepoint are in exactly the same onerous position as the rest of the workers in this God-forsaken country of ours; their choice is either to lump it or be replaced by slave labour from the “Work Programme”.

        Union Rep

        November 5, 2011 at 3:21 pm

  3. Agreed to both comments written by Union Rep and Andrew Coates. What can unemployed people can do to come together in a more professional way to fight unethical benefits cuts? We need unity.


    November 5, 2011 at 3:39 pm

  4. Its unreal that the gov only interested in looking after selfs and the rich lets have it right u going to make an example of the rioters then u also have to do same to the cheating scum bag fiddleing mps a rioter gets 8 months for bottle water a mp fiddles his exspenses and by doing so is robbing the poor and gets 4 months u ave to sort own house b4 u can pratice the poor excuse got to make an example of riotters do same to the scum bag mps


    November 7, 2011 at 9:26 am

  5. Would like to know why charitys ave signed up to the govements wk programme to exploit the unemployed as thought that charitys were there to help people not to use us for gain they no better than the govement they r all in it together they should b ashmed to say that they are a charity when they are exploiting the unemployed just because they was offered insensitives off the govement that ave not bin forth coming sever u dam right for your dam greed all replys to waynepgreen04@gmail.com


    November 7, 2011 at 9:34 am

  6. Have I got news for you!!!

    It has just been announced today, Friday 18 November, that the Government IS to cut the annual rise in benefits by ending the link to infaltion.

    Here is the relevant webpage:


    Even if the link was retained, the benefit rise was already being reduced because of the switch from the original RPI to the lower CPI – so expect a rise in deaths from malnutrion and hypothermia…

    …Perhaps there will be people dying in the streets just like the ghettoes in the Second World War!


    November 18, 2011 at 10:41 am

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