The clause will see anyone that remains in employment for one year get a house and full ownership the company that employed them.
The policy has been criticised by those who think we should probably keep some housing in the social housing sector, and also by those who think Iain Duncan Smith has finally lost the few remaining marbles he had.
Not everyone was so quick to dismiss the idea though. 17 year old Josh said: “I started my job at McDonalds two weeks ago and to be honest was a little disheartened by the long hours, shitty customers and three layers of grease that have formed on my skin, all for minimum wage.”
“Now though it seems worth it if it means I can own the multi-national obesity creator in just one year.”
We wanted to have a word with Iain Duncan Smith but his advisors said he was currently engaged running around his newly padded office shouting ‘I’m a sexy helicopter’.
However they did tell us that he sticks by this policy and a free house and a company is the incentive people need to seek employment.
“People often say they feel distanced from the politicians, but being given a house and the chance to dodge corporation tax actually brings us closer together.”