Welfare

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Britain has become savage and barbarian. Order must be restored.

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This man lost his son because of the barbaric depths Britain has sunk to

Following the riots and some of the aftermath from Berlin cast a perspective that was both troubling and uplifting.

Troubling because the orgiastic delight in wanton destruction on display in London and elsewhere is echoed in the sadistic grins of Nazis tormenting Jews in the photographs in Berlin’s extensive network of Holocaust sites; both, notwithstanding the irony that Hitler’s stormtroopers would have seen themselves as biologically superior to many of 2011’s rioters, remind us of the fragility of our civilisation. Continue reading

Miliband and Cameron’s response to the London riots diverges

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Ed Miliband can capitalise on the riots

David Cameron has placed the Britain’s broken society back at the top of his agenda. The riots will now probably prove the defining point of this parliament. Will it be Cameron or Ed Miliband who capitalise on the violence that has swept the country? Harry Raffal enquires. 

In the fallout from the riots that rocked London and spread north through England, David Cameron has adopted a hard-line stance Continue reading

Hartz Concept and the German Social System

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Hartz IV is Germany’s divisive welfare programme. It involved the consolidation of unemployment and welfare benefits. Some argued the new singular benefit was too low. However, the programme still encourages people to live off benefits when they are able to work. What with bailing out Greece, can the Germans also sustain its current benefits system, asks Helena Miteyko.

The Hartz concept is a term for the Commission’s proposals “Modern Services in the labour market” which was held in Continue reading

Why we should ditch the Tories at the next election

While musing about the nature of modern politics I remembered an encounter I had with the then council leader of a Home Counties’ District Council. A Conservative fellow of honest repute who when asked by my good self whether he would consider standing for Parliament after his service “running” the district council replied thus: “No. I control a bigger budget than I ever would as an MP”.

It was at this moment that my membership and association with the Conservative Party officially died its final and very terminal death. Since that day 7 or 8 years ago I have always wondered why right-wing types vote for the Conservative Party and having analysed all the data have come to following conclusion. Continue reading

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