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    Council housing is bad and Council housing for disabled people is being reduced. Britain is clearly moving forward.

    The Independent Living Fund was recently abolished and while most good honorable Tory members have suggested more ideals that yield good progress there is hope out there.

    Not only is the Tory Government forcing disabled people out of purpose built council housing worth thousands but they are moving them into privately rented accommodation ran by wealthy Tory donors.

    Just recently a man called Rob Tomlinson was forced to move out of his house because of not being able to afford the Bedroom tax. Your be glad to know a couple of hard working elderly pensioners are now living in Rob's old home.

    Mean while Rob can be seen in a luxury bathing pool with the help of his older Brother.



    Photo from The Mirror.
    Link here.
    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news...aceful-6302099

    Rest assure that with more inequality and poverty for the most vulnerable the economy will get better as we lift the rich up and put the poorest into destitution.

    Remember there is good poverty and bad poverty. This is an example of the much loved good poverty we need in Britain.

    With any luck disability won't exist in the UK in the next 50 years and we'll just make it illegal for the poor to vote.
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    WTF is wrong with your country? Seriously? WTF is wrong with you lot? Eviction over £300, forcing him to bathe in a paddling pool and endure the stress of moving three times?

    And yet IDS will just say "That paddling pool was paid for the taxpayer, quick get the scrounging low life out of it and into a puddle of muddy water so he knows his place".
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    Housing is the responsibility of the local authority, not central government. If there was a case for a disabled person with adaptations to their property staying there, then they should have received Discretionary Housing Payments - yet of course the tabloids, particularly sensationalist ones like The Mirror, don't ask questions in that regard.

    As they observe, it was entirely their right to stay in that home and get the difference between housing benefit and their rent made up by the local authority. Of course, you wouldn't dream of attacking them and asking serious questions about their competence because, inevitably, it's a Labour council responsible.
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    (Original post by silverbolt)
    WTF is wrong with your country? Seriously? WTF is wrong with you lot? Eviction over £300, forcing him to bathe in a paddling pool and endure the stress of moving three times?

    And yet IDS will just say "That paddling pool was paid for the taxpayer, quick get the scrounging low life out of it and into a puddle of muddy water so he knows his place".
    Did you even read the article before mouthing off? It is made clear that the family were entitled to stay there. The incompetence falls, it seems, to a fairly typical Merseyside Labour council.
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    I stopped reading after you mentioned some sort of 'Bedroom tax.'
 
 
 
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