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I though this may have been.

One thing is for sure: if/when Labour get back into power the measures won't be unpicked. Yes, they will make all the right noises, but they know as well as anyone else that the welfare budget was allowed to get way out of control and is simply unaffordable!

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I though this may have been.

Thats got to be a joke surely, otherwise we are going back to the days when we arm ourselves and look after our own protection.

Interestingly her employer was not aware, so lets see if there is any reaction from them.

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Let's just ask the Mathew Trust what they think. It will be interesting to see how busy they will become over the coming year. I would imagine that they will be rushed off their feet.

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