The great and good welfare state.
“Gordon Brown and his ministers try to sound tough on welfare reform. But the facts show that after 11 years in power, Labour has failed to make the radical changes this country needs.”
A report by MPs last month found that six million Brits are living in homes where no one works and benefits have become a way of life.
The Sun previously revealed 101,000 people get sickness benefits because they are drug addicts or alcoholics — more than double the number ten years ago.
What 'social inclusion and participation' looks like.
longtime Stanford provost John Etchemendy
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