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    How the welfare system discourages marriage.

    Even though this article was written in the year 2002 and, given the latest developments in new Laws created by Parliament and, the changes on the rules of benefits given to single mothers, this writings are more relevant today than ever.

    It also show that it is not new information. It is likely that the consecuences of their changes were known to ministers of parliament and, have deliberately ignored the facts in order to oblige to feminism preassure.

    http://www.civitas.org.uk/pdf/loneParentTrap.pdf

    In other words, the government new what their policies will produce and went ahead with it. Thus, confirming that there is an agenda to undermine family life and, the source lies at the heart of the government.

    NEVO
    Last edited by nevosopelo; 2nd-April-2011 at 04:30 PM. Reason: correction

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    Re: How the welfare system discourages marriage.

    Here it is!!!
    In black and white how the consecuences of government policy does affect the dynamics of the family or, whatever is left of it.

    Not only does joint household
    assessment discourage marriage, but it
    also encourages fraud. Couples who
    actually cohabit on a regular basis might
    maintain separate residences in order to
    preserve their separate benefits. In this
    situation, the government pays more in
    housing benefit and council tax benefit;
    local authority housing capacity is
    artificially stretched; and parents do not
    maintain a consistent partnership and
    commitment in their children’s lives.
    These outcomes are not just
    hypothetical. Indeed, according to
    recent statistics, IS overpayments to
    lone parents who were in fact ‘living
    together as husband and wife’
    represented 25% of all income support

    overpayment due to fraud.

    If the government minister knew their policies will be wide open to abuse and fraudulent claims, why they went along with this feminist nonsense?

    I can't follow the logic in it.

    NEVO
    Last edited by nevosopelo; 5th-April-2011 at 05:29 PM. Reason: correction


 

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