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When is a benefit not a benefit, when it doesn't benefit you.
We live in a world of competitiveness, the haves and have nots, the I want what you've got, often without working for what others have achieved.
To that end it's possible to see why the haves don't want the have nots to possess what they have without working for it.
We are also told that about one million people live in poverty in the U.K. That would seem like nonsense until you realise what constitutes of poverty these days.
Do disabled people have to live in poverty before they should be able to claim pip, it could look that way to claimants.
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