- published: 25 Jun 2013
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This is artistic interpretation of frustration expressed in a nihilistic and macabre fashion is Shakespearean in it's integrity. This performance is meant only to entertain, and is not in anyway a condemnation of the jobcentre and there staff many of whom work under intense pressure without facing humanity of any description whilst enforcing draconian legislation ( basically don't arrest me police for facist democracy instead arrest criminals without political connections.
its like standing with beavis and butthead
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Hate filled Job centre, Politically motivated individuals that work there, who are driven by prejudice & hate & the Media lies & fake news. the hate group 1,Stephanie Lee a so called manager, unprofessional covered in tattoos, who treats people like second class citizens & keeps people waiting for her kicks whilst she is doing nothing but makes people wait for the sake of it 2,Debbie another manager but out of her depth 3,Sidra unprofessional & just miserable & on a power trip like many of them
© Shaun Fellows / Shine Pix Ltd REGION'S BUSES PROVIDE ANOTHER SKILLS BOOST National Express West Midlands launch first driving skills academy The region's biggest bus operator and Birmingham's biggest private sector employer, National Express West Midlands, has today launched its new Sector Based Work Academy with Minister for Employment Esther McVey MP. The academy is the first in Britain to focus on driving skills. The Sector Based Work Academy will see National Express West Midlands take skills training and job opportunities to communities across the region. The academy will be showcasing the skills the company has on offer and helping people decide on careers in the business all year round in Birmingham, the Black Country and Coventry. During the launch Esther McVey MP heard fr...
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At a time when it is becoming quite apparent how aggresive and unhelpfull the staff of jobcenters are. I have re launched the vidio of myself being arrested on 12/11/12 the day before i was evicted.
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During the early hours of 1st November 2012, security staff monitoring CCTV at an office in Castlefield House on Liverpool Road, Manchester, witnessed a harrowing chain of events. This is the actual footage seen by those security guards as they flicked from camera to camera.
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A Birmingham graduate is taking legal action against the government over a scheme which forces unemployed people to do unpaid work. Cait Reilly had found voluntary work in the museum sector but she said her JobCentre Plus adviser told her she had to work for free at a Poundland store stacking shelves or lose her benefits. If she had refused she would have faced a mandatory 3 months cancellation of her benefits (including Housing benefit) which would have effectively made her homeless and destitute. This law is going to affect many thousands of unemployed people and families in the next few months. The social riots of last year are going to seem insignificant when compared to the riots that are going to occur this year as a result of this draconian legislation which is designed to destroy ...