Iain Duncan Smith is claiming to have spearheaded a jobs revival having had people who beg on Britain’s streets implanted with contactless card payment systems.
“There is no such thing as society,” said Duncan Smith. “Oops, sorry, wrong notes – there are no beggars, only street entrepreneurs. There are no rough sleepers, only hard-working self-starters who spend all their time in their ‘office’ pulling themselves up by their bootstraps and not being part of the something for nothing culture of benefits.”
“If you can’t succeed on your own, you’re a failure who deserves punishment. End of,” he said. “If people truly wanted to do well then they could. I had the guts and determination to marry an heiress and now live in luxury on her father’s country estate while claiming everything on expenses including haircuts, food I eat at home and even new pants.”
“I don’t see why others can’t do the same instead of whinging about poverty this and living on the streets that. There’s just no helping people. Especially not at the DWP.”