IT'S barely a week since the furore over tax evasion by the rich and famous, and the PM has decided, once again, to target those at the opposite end of the spectrum: the poor, weak and vulnerable.
As part of his attack on the so-called "culture of entitlement", he wants to restrict income support and possibly child benefit to single mothers with three or more children.
Given that Mr Cameron's welfare cuts have been cut-throat, maybe this latest proposal – one of 17 ideas for reforming the benefits system – shouldn't surprise me. But then I can remember Mr Cameron pledging to back the very people he's now trying to wield his benefit-cutting axe against.
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