£65 for 30 hours! I thought min wage was more than that?

Did you ever feel trapped in a situation? One you just could not see the answer too?

Did you ever feel like your life was being ruled by something or someone else?

A day spent reading how us ‘lazy’ unemployed are going to be put to work sweeping leaves and tidying up our neighbourhoods. What about those of us that actually do something already? What about those of us that have actually gone out, volunteered our time on a regular basis at one really deserving cause or another? What about those hard working people that already do this hard work on our behalf, are they to lose their full time jobs, go on the dole then have to go out and do their old jobs for £65 a week? This isn’t what I voted for!

Oh and, it’s rained all day! I got soaked just going down the shops this morning! Some areas of the country seem to be on storm alert, maybe Norfolk will sink! Who knows, who cares?

If only I could win the lottery (if I had the money spare to play it of course, which I for one don’t!), I’d be out of this country like a shot. Let it sink!

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