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Chris Grayling: Working for benefits is not the same ...

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It was one of those moments that sum up why Britain’s welfare system so desperately needs to be reformed. A young man at the end of a busy shift behind a bar. A few months out of school, in his first job.


“So what’s happened to your friends from school?” he was asked. “A lot of them signed on and are sitting at home playing computer games,” was the response.


Leaving school or college and heading out into the world of work is never easy, even in good times. I. ’s a huge transition as well as a practical challenge.


Read more: London Evening Standard (28 August 2012) 

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