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These removal of benefits soundbites David Cameron is getting, how long will they be removed?

I mean, who will decide how long someone without a home and a job will also have no money, plus, will they extend the ability to remove benefits for other "offences"... Good old Tory tactics. @primarch, a bit like the bankers then? @H EMA, youth club support, sure start scheme, job clubs, national minimum wage.. all now under attack or already closed down. No riots since the Tories were last in power.

Asked By: Jack H - 8/15/2011
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They won't be. They have to go to court and the court will overrule the orders. By that time we'll have forgotten all about it and the story will just fade away having been overtaken by the events of the day. Edit: Helen. Really? Surely your words sound hollow, even to yourself?
Answered By: SBD - 8/15/2011
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Wait wait till the words are translated in to actions .... a remote possibility After the election every thng will be forgotten asylum for hoodlums and criminals will have business as usual
Answered By: tillan2k - 8/15/2011
 
Forever would be good... More
Answered By: Primarch - 8/15/2011
 
it's a controversial theory, that the people created by the benefits system will disappear if the benefits system is changed for them... More
Answered By: Deighton - 8/15/2011
 
tillan is right. MPs always come out with crowd-pleasing balls like this, then when they try to actually do it 20 judges tell them they can't, and it's quietly dropped.
Answered By: Non-Existent Assistant - 8/15/2011
 
Tory tactics David? And just what did Labour do in the previous government for 13 years to sort out this situation? Nothing, they encouraged it to keep their voters happy and the underclass under their nicely shined shoe heels. Miliband gets even more mealy-mouthed by the day, what a pathetic wimp!
Answered By: Helen S - 8/15/2011
 
It will never come to pass.
Answered By: Ian r - 8/15/2011
 
Lol introducing workfare would be a much better idea, the whole point of paying benefits exasperating though it is, is to discourage people from committing crimes or the theory is it takes away their excuse, there was no excuse for the disgusting behaviour we witnessed last week and some of the people wot dunnit were... More
Answered By: disgruntled Busy be - 8/15/2011
 
i don't believe the removal of benefits will be permanent by the way ian duncan smith head of dwp was talking. it sounds as if they would be removed temporarily, but haven't given a time limit of how long. benefits have always been subject to removal from any claimant if the rules aren't followed to qualify for them... More
Answered By: peptroy - 8/15/2011
 
Got to ask your self's you remove these peoples benefits were do you think they would turn to support there self's simple shop lifting, drug dealing and so on so it prob cost more in long run.
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Answered By: Ped Fraser - 8/15/2011
 
It wont happen he's a politician and they are all compulsive liars.
Answered By: ian - 8/15/2011
 
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