There were a few
errors fibs in David Cameron’s welfare speech published today so the Evening Harold offers readers a corrected version.
David Cameron says he is giving unemployed Britons “new hope and responsibility” *snigger* by cutting
benefit payments bank excesses and claims his welfare banking reforms are part of a “moral mission” for the country.
The Prime Minister’s comments were in response to Britain’s most senior Roman Catholic, the Most Rev
Vincent Vince Nichols, who said recent changes had left many in “hunger and destitution” *well ship some gold panels over from the Vatican then Vince*.
Iain Duncan Smith was almost unrecognisable
The Coalition’s sweeping benefit reforms have continued with Department of Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith confirming that a pilot scheme to motivate beneficiaries with “unemployee of the month” awards is to be rolled out across the UK.
Duncan Smith said the idea came to him when he visited the Westminster McDonalds and he noticed that none of the employee of the month winners were still working there.
“There they were posing in a photo with a McDonalds uniform, a silly hat, and a forced smile” said Duncan Smith. “Obviously the humiliation of it all meant they soon got another job and left. We thought the same concept could work with beneficiaries.”