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Demanding Relatives

Demanding Relatives.

Daily Mail uses actor in fake story to demonise the unemployed

Daily Mail uses actor in fake story to demonise the unemployed.

Daily Mail uses actor in fake story to demonise the unemployed

Pride's Purge

(not satire – it’s the Daily Mail!)

Thanks to Justice4Jobseekers for noticing this.

The Daily Mail has been caught red-handed using an actor in its ongoing mission to demonise benefit claimants.

The following article reports on someone who claims he is too ‘fit’ to work while claiming his £72 per week jobseekers allowance (warning – here lies Daily Mail crap):

I’m TOO FIT to work!

But the man in the article is actually an actor who has appeared in several feature films and works regularly as a model.

Here’s his professional profile:

Kamran Kam

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The UK press has obviously decided to resort to downright fraud and outright lies to make sure the next election goes their way – hoping nobody will notice.

Don’t let them get away with it.

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Burns Nicht

Burns Nicht.

Burns Nicht

Toddler Terrorists

Toddler Terrorists.

Toddler Terrorists

A diminishing pile of beans

A diminishing pile of beans.

A diminishing pile of beans

Wee Ginger Dug

It’s been one of those weeks.  I’ve not been very well, but am slowly getting better thanks to some nasty medicine.  This is more than can be said for the ailing Labour party in Scotland, which on top of its deeply unattractive warts and acne, its sclerosis and its mange, is now showing all the symptoms of dysentry.  That must be that Murphy bounce they keep telling us about then.  Labour are just nasty, and no medicine can cure them.

A new opinion poll places the SNP on a whopping 52% for voting intention in the Westminster General election, a figure which would see the party walk off with all but four of Labour’s seats in Scotland.  The SNP would even take Mr Hi Jumpy’s seat too, leaving the Scottish branch manager without an elected position and therefore, according to Labour’s rulebook, he’d have to resign as Keezha’s boss.   But…

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A Great Day For Scotland

A Great Day For Scotland.

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