David Cameron's latest idea to cut public spending is to take housing benefit away from people under the age of 25.
This will not only save £2bn a year but will declare war on the feckless workshy. Which, as you know, is essential for the rebuilding of the British economy. The 380,000 under-25-year-old housing benefit claimants will be expected to go back and live with their parents. Or parent singular, since they will be equally workshy and of the feckless tendency. If a return to the nest is not possible these under-25s may require to go and live with granny and/or grandpa. In the absence of such an option grannies should be provided by the Government.
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