Universal Credit designed to avoid poll tax revolt

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Universal Credit designed to avoid poll tax revolt

Post by Admin on Wed Nov 15, 2017 9:01 am

On this Scottish Unemployed Workers Network blog post,
https://scottishunemployedworkers.net/2017/11/08/saying-no-to-universal-chaos/
there is a youtube video of demonstration speeches outside Dundee Jobcentre, in which 'full roll-out' of Universal Credit is compared to the Poll Tax in terms of its potential to be a counter-productive government policy.

I believe that the long delayed introduction of Universal Credit and the way that it has been targeted first at 'single people making a fresh claim' in any area has been partly designed so as to avoid Poll Tax levels of opposition.

http://kilburnunemployed.blogspot.co.uk/2017/11/town-twinning-within-uk-between-those-yet-to-receive-universal-credit-and-those-that-have-already-had-it.html
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