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Should the NHS pay for vulnerable people's energy bills to reduce the possibility of cold-related health conditions and associated healthcare costs?
38% YES
62% NO
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If someone you met gave you their phone number written on the back of what later turns out to be a jackpot winning lottery ticket would you try to trace/call them, or would you keep the ticket for yourself?
25% I'd Keep It
75% I'd Hand It Back
16 votes • Final results
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Enshrining the right to a 'home for life' in UK law would eradicate homeless and provide people with the security they desperately need.
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If you were offered a pill that guaranteed immortality would you take it?
7% YES
67% NO
27% DON'T KNOW
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When we ask for appointments to be rescheduled the DWP threaten us with sanctions, but when they do it at short notice we are just expected to accept it. They have no idea how this can affect adversely affect our mental health and anxiety management.
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Prescription Poverty: Yes, it really does exist! People are foregoing vital medication because they simply cannot afford exorbitant prices.
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At least council tax is based on size of property (though there should be higher tiers). And if on UC is can be reduced. VAT affects essential items people need like energy and clothing.
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Which of these UK taxes is the most regressive?
38% Council Tax
43% VAT
11% Income Tax
8% National Insurance
37 votes • Final results
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Should schools relax strict uniform policies because of the #CostOfLivingCrisis?
82% YES
18% NO
22 votes • Final results
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"First, do no harm." Is it acceptable for NHS nurses to go on strike?
93% YES
7% NO
0% DON'T KNOW
27 votes • Final results
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OPINION: The UK's cruel & judgemental benefits system prevents sick & disabled people from taking actions to improve physical and/or mental health, out of fear they will lose money or face malicious allegations of fraud. Simply going for a walk could result in a benefit sanction.
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Tories had no choice.. Just as with covid.. This Hunts' "protect the most vulnerable" mantra. It gives them a sliver of a chance to avoid wipe out at next GE. However it may be a double whammy. The money raised to cover this will deepen the recession putting more pressure on Govt
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Welcome to our new Twitter profile. Our new website is inbound and will cover a much more diverse subject material than what you may have become accustomed to. It's all good....
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Just for the record, I've now made the payments to all four charities.
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In case you are wondering where we've gone, we're working on a new website that will cover broader topics related to welfare & poverty. Stay with us.
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News thats benefits & pensions will rise inline with inflation is welcome news & will help to alleviate some of the anxiety & fears being felt by low-income households. However, this increase needs to happen NOW, and not in five months time. @UKLabour must push the gov on this.
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ITV News reporting that benefits will rise by 10.1%
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Disgraceful language yet again from Home Secretary Suella Braverman, describing the arrival of migrants and asylum seekers to our shores as an "invasion."
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A subtle reminder...
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