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Iain Duncan Smith

Asked if the Prime Minister agreed with Iain Duncan Smith that the jobless should get on a bus to find work, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) said that Iain Duncan Smith had been making the point that it was important to have flexible labour markets and that people were encouraged to actively look for work, which the Prime Minister obviously agreed with.

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  1. 1.1.abolish human rights act

    create the conditions to set in place civil rights
    to Remove the Stake from D.W.P ……

    Jobseekers don’t need conversation
    they need action it should be a cake walk.

    Come on George Osborn put on your red shoes and walk the blues,Lets Line Dance……

    “I Guess That’s Why They Call It the Blues”

    No Storm any New Dawn

    Government minister in every jobcentre to pull jobseeker to one sideand ask relevant questions what what can do …… Job seeker may say for my Housing Benefit C/T Pension and a £100 pw I could Road Sweep Remove Chewing Gum and more……

    James Morrison
    As I’ve been out in a long and the Flexible Deal comes crashing down now we can start fixing it up when there is no one to turn the volume down Pension off I.D.S as we take a Chain and bill it round has we hold the act of right as we Cain and take it to David and fix the car bonnet as it comes star chamber we are the real black and blue eyes its never dole when we cam and rod as we drive this pillar 13 off as we calm the word of Cain shape through David true to the gospels


    I.D.S his days are over as we flush him down the kitchen cabinet sink as we hold pole……………

    mark patrick norris

    Comment by mark patrick norris — 21 Oct 2011 on 12:14 pm | Link

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