government is still in complete denial about the ‘colossal failure’ of Universal Credit

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government is still in complete denial about the ‘colossal failure’ of Universal Credit

Post by Admin on Tue Nov 07, 2017 7:02 am

A statement from the government over the “colossal failure” of Universal Credit shows it is still in denial about the countless problems surrounding the benefit.
Everyone’s a loser?

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) was responding to a new report from the Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) and Institute for Public Policy Research. The study – The Austerity Generation: the impact of a decade of cuts on family incomes and child poverty – claims that one million children will have been put into poverty by 2020 if Universal Credit is fully rolled out. The report also found that, due to Universal Credit:

https://www.thecanary.co/uk/2017/11/06/one-statement-shows-government-still-complete-denial-colossal-failure-universal-credit/
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Re: government is still in complete denial about the ‘colossal failure’ of Universal Credit

Post by Brutus on Sun Nov 12, 2017 11:30 pm


 Why in denial?
It works very well for the purpose it was created.
It discourage people to apply for benefits and when they are obliged to, they are then blackmail-able and controllable.
The only thing they have to do is what they have been doing for all other crucial matters: deny the evidence and stick to their version of reality.
The "emperor's clothes" have always been a popular means of control and served our elites quite satisfactorily up to now.
 
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