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Benefit cuts and JSA sanctions causing crime increase

Benefit cuts and JSA sanctions causing crime increase

Cuts to Social Security benefits such as Job Seekers Allowance (JSA) and Employment Support Allowance (ESA) are causing an increase in acquisitive crimes including shoplifting, petty theft and non-domestic burglary. In addition, the punitive sanctions imposed on the unemployed and those receiving benefits, supposedly but not necessarily for breaching the rules, are causing untold misery,…

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Conservatives celebrate Bedroom Tax victory and new Protection Orders

Conservatives celebrate Bedroom Tax victory and new Protection Orders

Conservatives are celebrating their latest High Court victory, this time involving the Bedroom Tax and the government goes ahead with the introduction of an almost limitless Public Space Protection Order which could potentially allow any specified behaviour or activity to be made unlawful. Judges rules that the governments’ so called “bedroom tax” was not unlawful…

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Unrest grows as Council Tax Benefit cut hits 2.4m poorest

Unrest grows as Council Tax Benefit cut hits 2.4m poorest

As David Cameron and his Tory colleagues head off to the sun for Easter, two million of Britain’s poorest citizens are today wondering how they are going to pay out an extra £14 per month to their local councils when there is no possibility of earning the extra money needed. The measures are causing increasing…

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Conservatives offer many offenders no alternative to prison

Conservatives offer many offenders no alternative to prison

Today the Chancellor, George Osborne gave his Autumn Statement or ‘mini budget’ to the Commons and announced no help for the unemployed and certainly no hope for unemployed ex-offenders; indeed, in monetary and most other terms, if you have a criminal record and cannot pay your bills, you may well be better off in prison…

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NSPCC and protection charities receive £21 million from National Lottery players

NSPCC and protection charities receive £21 million from National Lottery players

TheOpinionSite.org can reveal that so far this year, 235 grants from the National Lottery have been made to charities dealing with public protection and sexual abuse to a total value of £21,307,631. Individual grants range from as little as £3,000 to several million, the larger grants sometimes being split between different sections of the same…

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Olympics bring loss and misery whilst hiding government manipulation

Olympics bring loss and misery whilst hiding government manipulation

Whilst David Cameron and his ministers, the pompous London Mayor Boris Johnson,  over-paid dignitaries and the inevitable hangers on all look forward to an enjoyable and all-expenses-paid Olympic experience, TheOpinionSite.org wishes to remind its readers that many businesses, local traders and many ordinary members of the public are preparing for an expensive and utterly miserable…

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Compassionate Conservatism ditched as ‘nasty’ Tories swerve violently to the right

Compassionate Conservatism ditched as ‘nasty’ Tories swerve violently to the right

Multi-millionaire Prime Minister, David Cameron today unceremoniously ditched the idea of “Compassionate Conservatism” as he gave in to Right Wing Tories over unemployment and housing benefits, dumping on the unemployed, the young and the homeless in the process. It would seem to TheOpinionSite.org that Cameron has also given up on the idea that “We’re all…

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TheOpinionSite.org receives its first million visitors – and is still counting

TheOpinionSite.org receives its first million visitors – and is still counting

As TheOpinionSite.org receives its first million visitors, its creator and editor, Raymond Peytors offers this personal message: This week saw TheOpinionSite.org exceed the million visitor mark which, for what is essentially a political comment site, is a fair achievement after only 2 years of being created. My sincere thanks go out to all those who…

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Queen’s Jubilee costs £3 billion while poorest families starve

Queen’s Jubilee costs £3 billion while poorest families starve

The cost of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee to Britain and its taxpayers is estimated by the government to be as much as £3 billion. At the same time, many of the unemployed, disadvantaged and poor do not have enough to pay for basic necessities, including food, energy and water. The huge cost to the country…

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Work Programme a total failure as government ignores older unemployed and CRB check jobless

Work Programme a total failure as government ignores older unemployed and CRB check jobless

The government’s much heralded Work Programme is completely failing to help older unemployed people and those with criminal records. TheOpinionSite.org can reveal that according to sources within the Department of Work and Pensions, the government sees employing the young as being more cost effective and more politically acceptable than getting experienced 45 – 60 year…

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