Thursday, 5 November 2015

IAN DUNCAN SMITH HEAD OF DWP LOST £3BN in 2014

No question asked or for sure no demand for refunding - £3bn -

IAN DUNCAN SMITH, HEAD OF DWP
AT THE ANNOUNCEMENT  OF £12BN WELFARE CUT
HE WAS ACTUALLY HOPPING ABOUT WITH JOY
HOPEFULLY IT WILL COME BACK TO HAUNT HIM
It is widely known that once you are in Prime Minister David Cameron‘s good book the page will never be ripped out. It is not in his favour because a Prime Minister can not afford bad apples.

Ian Duncan Smith, head of the Department of Work and Pension, is losing £3billion a year due to fraud and error.

Apart from his ‘great idea’ of reforming the Welfare System to save money which should have been fully operational April two years ago; Ian Duncan Smith is costing the taxpayers a fortune and lives.
£500million of equipment for a new computer system which does the Universal Credit automatically

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£1,5million a year of extra staff to cope with the extra work.

£44million bonus paid in 2013/14 for created a mess. The figure for 2014/15 had not been revealed yet.

£3billion for loss to fraud and error last year

Most of all and the worst of it all is the 2,400 people committed suicide or starved to death because Ian Duncan Smith cut off their welfare payments and they were left with no money at all.

Neither Ian Duncan Smith nor Prime Minister David Cameron showed any remorse at all about the revelation.

On the contrary, David Cameron supports the £12billion cut of Welfare and Ian Duncan Smith went ballistic with joy when Chancellor George Osborne announced it.

 £12billion Welfare cut on top of an already starving public is so heartless and will bring the million families further down into poverty.  How IDS could have hopped about with joy?

Food banks multiplying already by the week and now there are vouchers given out to be used to heat their homes.  Last winter, which was mild in comparison, 40,000 people died of hypothermia. People had to choose for the last five years between buying food or heating their home in a 6th richest country and 21 Century.

But apparently Prime Minister David Cameron, Chancellor George Osborne and Ian Duncan Smith know no shame at all and add further £12billion Welfare cuts to it.  The majority of MPs approved of it, who should also be ashamed of themselves, but the Lords stopped it. Great credit to them.

During the same time the millionaire and billionaires doubled and trebled.  The gap between rich and poor is so wide by now it is coming back to Victorian Times

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