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Boycott Workfare is a UK-wide campaign to end forced unpaid work for people who receive welfare. Workfare profits the rich by providing free labour, whilst threatening the poor by taking away welfare rights if people refuse to work without a living wage. We are a grassroots campaign, formed in 2010 by people with experience of workfare and those concerned about its impact. We expose and take action against companies and organisations profiting from workfare; encourage organisations to pledge to boycott it; and actively inform people of their rights.

Workfare Can Be Broken – Join the Week of Action and help make it happen

Posted: February 1st, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: Call to action | 74 Comments »
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Take action on your high street or online

Take part in the week of action 18-24 March

The Government is pushing ahead with increasingly savage workfare policies despite the fierce resistance to the scheme causing many high street names and national charities to pull out.

Unemployed people can now be sentenced to six months compulsory unpaid work as part of the Community Action Programme. On December 3rd last year – International Disabled People’s Day – the DWP introduced forced work for sick and disabled claimants.

Companies such as Superdrug, Argos and McDonalds, who have all been quick to take on unpaid workers on government schemes, have seen a year of boycotts, pickets, demonstrations and occupations due to their involvement in the scheme. Many national charities have pulled out as a result of protests, but some, such as The Conservation Volunteers (TCV), Salvation Army and Sue Ryder Foundation are unrepentent about their army of government subsidised unpaid workers. Many of the new workfare programmes depend on charities like these to provide placements.

Workfare can be broken by showing these organisations that the public have clearly rejected unpaid work. Evidence has shown that mandatory work has no impact in actually helping someone find a job, the stated aim of the scheme. Instead workfare is used to replace real jobs, with some companies even caught taking on unpaid workers to fill temporary Christmas positions.

Join Boycott Workfare on 18-24 March for a week of action against workfare exploiters everywhere. Take action in a town or city near you, join in online and show all those who profit from forced labour that we mean it when we say “if you exploit us, we will shut you down”.

Organise now and contact Boycott Workfare on Facebook or info[at]boycottworkfare.org to be added to the national list of actions:

Birmingham – Sat 23rd March 1pm – Outside Poundland Corporation Street

Bournemouth & Poole - Four days of leafleting outside work programme providers. More details here.

Brighton – Wednesday 20 March, Fighting the Assault on Welfare, Public meeting, Friends Meeting House 7.30pm,

Brighton – Friday 22 March , Universal Jobmatch demo/leafleting, Brighton Jobcentre Edward Street 11am

Brighton – Saturday 23 March – Anti-workfare picket of Poundland meet Clock Tower 12 noon

Bristol – Sat 23rd March – End workfare in Bristol

Edinburgh – Sat 23rd March, meet 12 noon, Kirkgate shopping centre, foot of Leith Walk, Leith, Edinburgh EH6 6AD. Organised by Edinburgh Coalition Against Poverty. Action against companies and charities using workfare.

Edinburgh – also… Mass leafleting of A4e, 11am – 2pm Wed 20 March, A4e, 34 Earl Grey Street Edinburgh EH3 9BN

Glasgow – Sat 23rd March, 11am, Argyle St.

Leeds – Sat 23rd March, 12.30pm, outside Leeds Art Gallery

London - Sat 16th March – ‘Blitz Sleuth’ of London high streets to find out where workfare is still being used. See the Facebook event.

London – Sat 23rd March – Workfare actions with Sol Fed & Feminist Fightback. Meet: Superdrug on Leytonstone High Road at 1pm sharp. Or action in Wembley tba.

Nottingham – Sat 23rd March – Meet 2pm at Burton.

Sheffield - Sat 23rd March. 1pm, outside the Central Library.


74 Comments on “Workfare Can Be Broken – Join the Week of Action and help make it happen”

  1. 1 Workfare Can Be Broken – Join the Week of Action and help make it happen | the void said at 9:23 am on February 4th, 2013:

    [...] From Boycott Workfare [...]

  2. 2 Workfare Can Be Broken – Join the Week of Action and help make it happen « Benefit Claimants Fightback said at 10:21 pm on February 5th, 2013:

    [...] From Boycott Workfare [...]

  3. 3 Bernadette said at 11:58 am on February 6th, 2013:

    Brilliant!! Let me know of any local events ie northwest and will publicise on my blog lipsticksocialist.wordpress.com

    solidarity

  4. 4 Obi Wan Kenobi said at 11:50 am on February 9th, 2013:

    Verdict on Government’s “Back to Work” schemes will be handed down on Tuesday 12 February 2013 at 10 am at the Royal Courts of Justice, The Strand.

    http://www.publicinterestlawyers.co.uk/news_details.php?id=296

  5. 5 Workfare Can Be Broken – Join the Week of Action and help make it happen | Birmingham Against The Cuts said at 10:44 am on February 10th, 2013:

    [...] part in the week of action 18-24 March called by Boycott Workfare. We’ll be organising events around Birmingham – get in touch if you want to be involved [...]

  6. 6 Birmingham Trades Council » Another charity commits not to use workfare said at 2:18 am on February 12th, 2013:

    [...] Another powerful testament to people power when challenging workfare, and great news in the same week that Sense have finally pulled out of workfare too. For top tips on finding workfare on your high street, see this blog. The workfare week of action is coming up on 18-24 March.. [...]

  7. 7 Workfare Is Broken! New Court Ruling and Charity Exodus Are Death Knell For Forced Labour! | the void said at 10:29 am on February 12th, 2013:

    [...] And join the National Week of Action Against Workfare beginning on March and let’s finish off what’s left of Iain Duncan Smith’s workfare obsession: http://www.boycottworkfare.org/?p=1996 [...]

  8. 8 Jake said at 7:50 pm on February 12th, 2013:

    Anything happening in Croydon during this week of action?

  9. 9 Iain Duncan Smith Is A Power Crazed Fool And Should Be Sacked | the void said at 12:38 am on February 13th, 2013:

    [...] Join the National Week of Action Against Workfare beginning on 18th March and help bring an end to forced labour for good: http://www.boycottworkfare.org/?p=1996 [...]

  10. 10 Birmingham Trades Council » Back to work schemes quashed in huge victory for ordinary people said at 2:12 am on February 13th, 2013:

    [...] Workfare’s UK-wide week of action on 18th-24th March will go ahead with the aim of bringing Mandatory Work Activity to an end and ensuring the [...]

  11. 11 Boycott Workfare » Blog Archive » Government bringing workfare back from the dead said at 1:33 pm on February 13th, 2013:

    [...] need to make sure workfare can’t get back on its feet. Take part in a huge week of action on 18-24 March to help make sure there’s not a charity or business who will dirty their hands with [...]

  12. 12 andy said at 2:21 pm on February 13th, 2013:

    Government will always win and compulsary work programs will always be there and sanctions on the most vulnerable people in our society will be making them poor, hungry, destitute with nowhere to turn, the only people who agree with these work programs are the ones who are in work and never been on jobseekers, until it happens to them which i hope it does they will not see the full effect it has on people, but im sure they will not work for nothing if they were forced to do it. I would not mind working on one of these programs if i was at least getting the minimum wage and working tax credits.

  13. 13 Fuck the Government, Fuck the Courts, We’ll Beat Workfare on the Streets | the void said at 5:13 pm on February 13th, 2013:

    [...] Join the Week of Action Against Workfare beginning on March 18th and let’s bring a final end to forced work:  http://www.boycottworkfare.org/?p=1996 [...]

  14. 14 Lynne McKinstray said at 11:55 pm on February 13th, 2013:

    There is an e-petition on the HM Government website which needs your signatures! It closes TOMORROW! Please sign, and share on twitter, facebook, blogs etc etc…

    http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/29356

  15. 15 Birmingham Trades Council » Bringing back the dead: New DWP regs said at 2:56 am on February 14th, 2013:

    [...] need to make sure workfare can’t get back on its feet. Take part in a huge week of action on 18-24 March to help make sure there’s not a charity or business who will dirty their hands with [...]

  16. 16 Mark said at 10:06 am on February 14th, 2013:

    Regarding universal jobmatch. how can this ever be made compulsary, when universal jobmatch requires cookies to use the site, to mandate the use of cookies on a persons computer is illegal, so therefore universal jobmatch in a mandated form would be illegal.

  17. 17 Aileen/Ipswich said at 11:02 am on February 15th, 2013:

    I will be attending the demonstaration in cambridge against slave labour. My son was left penniless when he refused to work as a labourer for £51.00. My son searches every week for paid work. The more slaves we have the less jobs their will be. The practice of slave labour has to stop. Slavery is not the way forward. Count me in…

  18. 18 Is Poundland’s Workfare Scheme Illegal? | the void said at 1:47 pm on February 15th, 2013:

    [...] Join the Week of Action Against Workfare beginning from March 18th – 24th: http://www.boycottworkfare.org/?p=1996 [...]

  19. 19 Dave said at 1:02 pm on February 16th, 2013:

    I was a shop steward, and chief shop steward for 12 years in total until i had to retire on health grounds, my son went to college and gained city and guilds in electrical fitting/ construction, and he’s been looking, no Searching everywhere for an apprenticeship but to avail nothing, he was on jobseeker’s and was forced onto workfare to keep his allowance, i’m absolutely disgusted about this as it go’s against everything i worked for as a shop steward.

  20. 20 Juel said at 5:15 pm on February 16th, 2013:

    I think David Cameron should be made to work at Poundland for free!

  21. 21 martin said at 3:14 pm on February 17th, 2013:

    if we have to work we should be paid , it that simple ,,instead of th £71 we should euro min wage 30hours x £6.15 = £184.
    this is fair and should be a lot easyer to get sorted.

  22. 22 Cochis Paul said at 4:29 pm on February 17th, 2013:

    Let’s get rid of all of them.

  23. 23 Susan Wood said at 3:22 am on February 18th, 2013:

    I did a month of full time work on Flexible New Deal when JSA was about £65.00 so I worked 35 hours per week for £65.00. This works out to a
    princely £1.85 for a seven hour day. I was there on Christmas Eve, the manager made me hoover up after everyone else had gone. At 5.20 he looked down his nose when I told him I needed some things from the supermarket and they may be closing at 5.30 as it was Christmas tomorrow

    He was an ‘intelligent’ man with a degree. He told me his mother was an AUSTRALIAPHOBE. I said what dosn’t she like about Oz? He said no, she loves it. I told him that she was an Australiaphile then.

    He had later asked what the difference was between a guitar and a double bass.

    When I said ‘A double bass is about five times the size’ he flushed up and walked away. I was working for this numb skull for £1.87 per day. He was in charge of me.I was the most demeaning time of my life.

  24. 24 Iain Duncan Smith’s Licence To Kill | Black Triangle Campaign said at 1:44 pm on February 18th, 2013:

    [...] Join the Week of Action Against Workfare [...]

  25. 25 Marion said at 2:39 pm on February 18th, 2013:

    I came across this group through my contact with Norfolk Coalition Against the Cuts, and Disabled People Aaginst the Cuts. I was happy to go and support them on Saturday in Norwich City Centre, took part in the small demo we had outside Primark, Topshop and McDonalds, bit scary as not used to this kind of protest! I also took part in a protest outside Atos offices in Norwich on Friday, that brought the local BBC TV news person out and they had a small piece on that evenings news and reporters from local paper came too. I was in a lot of pain that day, had had a very bad night and struggled to stand for the hour with my small lollipop banner, but I really want to do something, however small as it’s evil what is being done to us all.

    I came out of working in a DWP call centre for 5 years, just over 2 years ago and though I wasn’t really well enough to work, I went on Jobseekers Allowance because of all the horror strories we were

  26. 26 Marion said at 2:45 pm on February 18th, 2013:

    Took part in a small demo against workfare on saturday afternoon in Norwich city centre, bit scary as I’m not used to this kind of protest! We protested outside Primark, Topshop and McDonalds.

    I also attended a protest the previous day, Friday outside Norwich Atos offices, the local BBC News came and also reporters from oor local paper. I was in a lot of pain from a very bad nights sleep, lots of pain and find standing difficult, but worth it to campaign and I want to feel not going down without a good fight. I was absolutely outraged to see and hear what that evil bastard, IDS sprouted on the Marr show on BBC1 on Sunday morning about the workfare ruling! Have you noticed that he starts off laying down his facts in a cool tone, but then out comes his real nasty, evil self and he sprouts such crap!!

  27. 27 How consumer boycotts have overtaken the shop floor in the struggle against corporate tax avoidance, power and exploitation | Black Triangle Campaign said at 3:40 pm on February 18th, 2013:

    [...] Join the Week of Action Against Workfare !!! [...]

  28. 28 Birmingham Trades Council » Labour: 40 days to show you believe in paid work said at 3:02 am on February 20th, 2013:

    [...] know how your MP responds. We plan to keep people updated over the next 40 days, as we prepare for the week of action. MPs can claim £250 a month in expenses without a receipt. People on JSA are expected to work in [...]

  29. 29 We Make Millions From Forcing Sick and Disabled to Work Unpaid Boast Sue Ryder | the void said at 3:35 pm on February 20th, 2013:

    [...] Join the National Week of Action Against Workfare beginning on March 18th: http://www.boycottworkfare.org/?p=1996 [...]

  30. 30 Birmingham Trades Council » 32 days for Labour to show it believes in paid work said at 2:31 am on February 22nd, 2013:

    [...] Please keep us posted on any responses you get! (And remember, workfare is wobbling because of the action we’re taking to stop companies and charities taking part. Take action on the streets on 18-24 March!) [...]

  31. 31 Chris Spivey » Blog Archive » We Make Millions From Forcing Sick and Disabled to Work Unpaid Boast Sue Ryder said at 6:53 am on February 22nd, 2013:

    [...] Join the National Week of Action Against Workfare beginning on March 18th:http://www.boycottworkfare.org/?p=1996 [...]

  32. 32 Sue Ryder | Charity Watch UK said at 7:22 pm on February 23rd, 2013:

    [...] Boycott Workfare (Campaign) [...]

  33. 33 Sue Ryder Claim They Will Undertake a Phased Withdrawal From Workfare | the void said at 6:11 pm on February 25th, 2013:

    [...] Join the Week of Action Against Workfare beginning March 18th and help bring an end to forced labour for charities and unpaid work for profit making companies: http://www.boycottworkfare.org/?p=1996 [...]

  34. 34 ted bruning said at 8:39 pm on February 25th, 2013:

    Practical (and legal) action everyone can take: 1) go into Argos/Superdrug, wherever. 2) Fill a trolley and take it to the checkout. Let the cashier ring up the purchase. 3) Ask the cashier if the firm participates in workfare/CAP. 4) If they say yes, reply: “Oh well, I won’t want this lot then”. 5) Walk out. 6) Get all your friends to do the same.
    At McDonald’s, order a meal, then quickly ask about Workfare, then cancel the order.

  35. 35 Boycott Workfare » Blog Archive » More success as Sue Ryder announces withdrawal from workfare! said at 1:54 pm on February 26th, 2013:

    [...] all still need to pull out – let’s keep the pressure up as we move towards the week of action on 18th-24th March, where companies and public sector organisations using workfare will also be highlighted in actions [...]

  36. 36 Birmingham Trades Council » More success as Sue Ryder announces withdrawal from workfare! said at 2:23 am on February 27th, 2013:

    [...] all still need to pull out – let’s keep the pressure up as we move towards the week of action on 18th-24th March, where companies and public sector organisations using workfare will also be highlighted in actions [...]

  37. 37 Belinda said at 8:12 pm on February 27th, 2013:

    Excellent! I definitely want to be involved with the London protests. (My spell check wanted to change *definitely* to *defiantly* yeah that as well).

  38. 38 Birmingham Trades Council » DWP so upset about workfare withdrawals that it lies said at 2:29 am on February 28th, 2013:

    [...] from a number of larger charities meant a sharp reduction in placements.” Let’s make the week of action on 18-24 March [...]

  39. 39 Birmingham Trades Council » Just two people can have a big impact said at 3:20 am on February 28th, 2013:

    [...] Week of Action Against Workfare is coming up on 18-24 March and you may be wondering what you can do in your town or city. [...]

  40. 40 Boycott Workfare » Blog Archive » 22 days for Labour to show it believes in paid work said at 5:17 pm on March 2nd, 2013:

    [...] Please keep us posted on any responses you get! (And remember, workfare is wobbling because of the action we’re taking to stop companies and charities taking part. Take action on the streets on 18-24 March!) [...]

  41. 41 Birmingham Trades Council » 22 days for Labour to show it believes in paid work said at 2:16 am on March 3rd, 2013:

    [...] Please keep us posted on any responses you get! (And remember, workfare is wobbling because of the action we’re taking to stop companies and charities taking part. Take action on the streets on 18-24 March!) [...]

  42. 42 Boycott Workfare » Blog Archive » Easy, quick and simple: a one person action on the high street said at 11:29 pm on March 3rd, 2013:

    [...] the week of action on 18-24 March approaches, people across the UK are planning to step up the pressure on workfare exploiters in [...]

  43. 43 Birmingham Trades Council » Easy, quick and simple: a one person action on the high street said at 2:00 am on March 4th, 2013:

    [...] the week of action on 18-24 March approaches, people across the UK are planning to step up the pressure on workfare exploiters in [...]

  44. 44 BPACC said at 3:10 am on March 7th, 2013:

    Poole and Bournemouth. Few days of handing out leaflets and stickers outside companies operating Work Programme, Jobcentres and The College who have close association with Working Links. Would also be good to hit the High Streets to leaflet outside shops who participate and more people the better. If you would like more details please contact info@bpacc.co.uk

  45. 45 ECAP17 said at 1:23 pm on March 9th, 2013:

    BPACC: Don’t forget to add your event(s) in Poole and/or Bournemouth to the Week Of Action page when you have finalised the details.

    http://www.boycottworkfare.org/?p=1996

  46. 46 Join the Week of Action And Help Smash Workfare | the void said at 1:44 pm on March 10th, 2013:

    [...] Week of Action Against Workfare begins on March 18th.  Already several events are planned in Brighton, Bristol, Edinburgh, [...]

  47. 47 Irritating Dimwitted Sap said at 6:04 pm on March 11th, 2013:

    Anything planned for South Yorkshire?

  48. 48 editor said at 1:48 pm on March 12th, 2013:

    Does Leeds count? http://www.facebook.com/events/604978072849011/

  49. 49 Unite Community Sheffield said at 4:31 pm on March 12th, 2013:

    Sheffield event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/431099706978940/

  50. 50 Birmingham Trades Council » Rolling online picket of YMCA England said at 2:39 am on March 13th, 2013:

    [...] the Week of Action Against Workfare beginning on March [...]

  51. 51 Boycott Workfare » Blog Archive » Online picket of YMCA: Keep it rolling! said at 9:37 am on March 14th, 2013:

    [...] the Week of Action Against Workfare beginning on March [...]

  52. 52 Bullied and upset! said at 2:30 pm on March 14th, 2013:

    Is anything happening in Huddersfield?

    I have been referred to the MWA by my advisor who is using this as a bullying tactic and want to fight against it. If anyone has any idea of the best way to go about this I would be grateful for the advice.

  53. 53 Stinky said at 10:03 pm on March 14th, 2013:

    What’s happening in Liverpool ?

  54. 54 Birmingham Trades Council » Online picket of YMCA: Keep it rolling! said at 2:01 am on March 15th, 2013:

    [...] the Week of Action Against Workfare beginning on March [...]

  55. 55 A Morris said at 10:08 am on March 15th, 2013:

    I understand vulnerable people should not be forced to work however whats wrong with enforcing work for benefits on people who do not WANT to work?

    I am 30 and have been out of work on a number of occasions however I have always used that spare time to look for work pro actively. The longest I was ever out of work was 4 months.

    I did not turn my nose up at cleaning and catering even though my previous roles were office based and paid far more.

  56. 56 tim lacono said at 6:44 am on March 16th, 2013:

    lets get some action going in wales. im from cardiff. lets shake them up with some legit protesting. 07990937292 if u want to arrange.

  57. 57 Join The Workfare Week of Action Now ~ Help End Forced Work for Good! | Black Triangle Campaign said at 6:10 pm on March 17th, 2013:

    [...] For the latest details of all events visit: http://www.boycottworkfare.org/?p=1996 [...]

  58. 58 The True Face of the Salvation Army – Workfare Protest Marred By False Arrest and Staff Aggression | the void said at 8:04 pm on March 18th, 2013:

    [...] UK offices of the charity were visited by campaigners today as part of the National Week of Action Against Workfare.  Salvation Army are one of the largest charities left who use forced labour – under threat [...]

  59. 59 Workfare Makes You Free Claim Salvation Army – Join the Online Day of Action | the void said at 8:24 pm on March 18th, 2013:

    [...] Join the National Week of Action Against Workfare now taking place: http://www.boycottworkfare.org/?p=1996 [...]

  60. 60 Boycott Workfare » Blog Archive » Contact workfare exploiter Salvation Army – Day 2 Workfare Week of Action said at 11:15 pm on March 18th, 2013:

    [...] the National Week of Action Against Workfare now taking [...]

  61. 61 Brett Burnell said at 11:33 pm on March 18th, 2013:

    I’m appalled.

  62. 62 Black And Red Federation said at 4:19 pm on March 19th, 2013:

    There will a demo in Bath thiS friday at 3.30, outSide of poundland in the centre. we will be handing out leafletS and chatting to people, feel free to make and bring placardS.

  63. 63 BOYCOTT WORKFARE IN BATH | BARF said at 10:00 pm on March 19th, 2013:

    [...] From Boycott Workfare: [...]

  64. 64 Chris Spivey » Blog Archive » The True Face of the Salvation Army – Workfare Protest Marred By False Arrest and Staff Aggression said at 3:57 am on March 20th, 2013:

    [...] UK offices of the charity were visited by campaigners today as part of theNational Week of Action Against Workfare.  Salvation Army are one of the largest charities left who use forced labour – under threat of [...]

  65. 65 Labour’s Workfare Shame – A New Low For the Party That Pretends to Care About the Poor | the void said at 12:36 pm on March 20th, 2013:

    [...] part of the Week of Action Against Workfare an online blockade of poverty pimps A4e has been called today (20th March).  Join in at: [...]

  66. 66 Labour’s Workfare Shame – A New Low For the Party That Pretends to Care About the Poor | Black Triangle Campaign said at 8:19 am on March 21st, 2013:

    [...] part of the Week of Action Against Workfare an online blockade of poverty pimps A4e has been called today (20th March).  Join in [...]

  67. 67 Birmingham Trades Council » Superdrug out – let’s make it more! Day 4 of the Workfare Week of Action said at 2:36 am on March 22nd, 2013:

    [...] busy week of action has seen Superdrug pull out of workfare – the promise of demos taking place across the UK this Saturday must have [...]

  68. 68 pauline sharp said at 11:45 pm on March 22nd, 2013:

    Can not tell you how ashamed I am of the LABOUR PARTY. Supporting all I can. Anything going on in Norwich on week of action. Keep up the fight.

  69. 69 Birmingham Trades Council » Don’t even think of it – Day 6 of the Workfare Week of Action said at 2:12 am on March 23rd, 2013:

    [...] Join people in cities across the UK for pickets and creative action, and take part in online action too! [...]

  70. 70 Gedge said at 1:10 pm on March 23rd, 2013:

    when people are given a job they should be paid, even if it was a trial period.

    I am making comments here about the ATOS assessment, they said it was a French firm,
    I have attended the tests my self, but there was no French doctor there, but only health workers asking questions which were the same questions we were asked on the form they sent us before the ATOS assessment,

    I had the results of the assessment which was zero points for physical and mental capability to do work,
    it is up to the employer to give the job and keep people in their job it is not up to the doctor or the ATOS or to the DWP or the governement or the Media

    having said that, some of the information was not accurate,
    so I had to write to them again to answer the questions

  71. 71 Boycott Workfare Target Policy Exchange Gimps ~ The Void Blog | Black Triangle Campaign said at 4:11 pm on March 23rd, 2013:

    [...] With protests against workfare set to take place across the UK today, Boycott Workfare have also called for a day of online action against the Policy Exchange. [...]

  72. 72 Boycott Workfare Target Policy Exchange Gimps | the void said at 11:58 pm on March 23rd, 2013:

    [...] protests against workfare set to take place across the UK today, Boycott Workfare have also called for a day of online action against the Policy [...]

  73. 73 From a knife attack to free donuts, a range of reactions to the workfare demonstration | Bristol Anarchist Federation said at 5:08 pm on March 25th, 2013:

    [...] spirits were lifted by the news that Superdrug had already pulled out of workfare just before the demonstrations set to take place across the country, Result! The first stop on our tour of companies using forced labor under the workfare scheme was [...]

  74. 74 Time to finish off workfare… | The Thurrock Heckler said at 12:37 pm on May 12th, 2013:

    [...] The next week of action against the government’s workfare scheme which is nothing more than a gift of free labour to the companies and organisations who participate in it will run from 18th – 20th March. See Boycott Workfare for details: http://www.boycottworkfare.org/?p=1996 [...]


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