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Cutting the flab

Started by: PeterP (8478)

Yet again its reported that if you dont loose weight your benefits could be cutCouncils are now advocating that if you are overweight your Gp should send you to exercise classes/swimming using a smart card.If you do not attend then the council will cut your benefits has you are a burden on the NHSYou would loose weight then because they would starve you because you would be unable to buy any food

Started: 3rd Jan 2013 at 09:42

Posted by: Mac (inactive)

Start smoking!

Replied: 3rd Jan 2013 at 12:11

Posted by: walshy76 (inactive)

if that happens then maybe they could use some of the billions, it costs to look after these people, they save to pay for cancer drugs, or more nurses/specialists, bettercare for the elderly, or soldiers,

i do hope know one accuses me of trying to score points by mentioning our heroes

Replied: 3rd Jan 2013 at 17:12

Posted by: veg grower (inactive)

I would argue that fat people add more to the economy because they buy more food, a little like smokers covering their NHS bill by paying tax on cigarettes, just as alcoholics add to the economy by constantly buying alcohol.

What do they intend to do about the millions of bloody immigrants who are putting a constant drain on ALL resources ie: Housing, Benefits, Jobs, Crime, Schools, Colleges, Universities, GP's Surgeries and all other aspects of the NHS.

Tackle the immigration problem and this country will be fine and dandy - but as it is, we are becoming less of a green and pleasant land by the day!

One of my son's mates is at Salford University - and he is thinking of giving up his course because there is less English spoken in the classroom than Arabic. They are behind with all the work whilst he is stuck between two Arabs talking across him all day long!

So glad my son is out of the Education System!!!

Replied: 3rd Jan 2013 at 17:48

Posted by: Mac (inactive)

Replied: 3rd Jan 2013 at 18:29

 

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