I, Iain Duncan Smith – the ex-welfare secretary on tower blocks and work assessments

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I, Iain Duncan Smith – the ex-welfare secretary on tower blocks and work assessments

Post by Mary_FV on Sat Jul 01, 2017 2:13 pm

This morning, The Spectator held a series of discussions about the future of Conservative welfare reform, chaired by Andrew Neil and made possible by the sponsorship of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. It was a sell-out invent with a stellar panel, and we’ll bring you the full reports later. But I thought it worth mentioning what our keynote speaker, Iain Duncan Smith, had to say about tower blocks and the work capability assessments made notorious in the film I, Daniel Blake.

https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2017/06/iain-duncan-smith-ex-welfare-secretary-tower-blocks-work-assessments/#
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Post by Caker on Sat Jul 01, 2017 3:49 pm

He makes some valid points there. I have always thought tower blocks look like human warehouses and I count myself fortunate not to live in one.
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