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Welfare for sale, price to be discussed... From " the Welfare State" to " the Predator State"

Liebart, Deborah

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    <title>Welfare for sale, price to be discussed...  From " the Welfare State" to " the Predator State"</title>
    <subject>welfare state, captation, lobbies, gilets jaunes, forconi, predator state</subject>
    <date dateType="Issued">2019-05-27</date>
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    <description descriptionType="Abstract">&lt;p&gt;Rising inequality in Europe and the United States, draconian austerity policies, growing pauperization of the middle classes, freeze of social benefits in the UK for the fourth year in a row, reform of the NHS, retirement points in France, the future of social policies looks bleak&amp;hellip; it is the future of our societies, of the social state and of democracy which seems today threatened.&lt;/p&gt;


&lt;p&gt;The HBAI annual report reveals in March 2019 that 3.7 million British children live in absolute poverty for the period 2017-2018, compared to 3.5 million in the previous period. The introduction of universal credit could further worsen the situation of the most precarious&lt;sup&gt;&lt;a href="#sdfootnote3sym"&gt;&lt;sup&gt;3&lt;/sup&gt;&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/sup&gt;, &amp;quot;long-term&amp;quot; poor, as shown by the conclusion of the study conducted by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) which concludes that almost two millions of people will lose more than 1000 pounds a year with this policy measure, in the first place, disabled people, self-employed and low-income families, with little or no savings&amp;hellip;&lt;/p&gt;</description>
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