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No job = no house?


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« on: February 05, 2008, 03:44:44 am »

What you think?
If people living in council houses (UK) don't get a job then they get kicked out of there house?

They have done this in birmingham on those high rise buildings.
And it works, maybe not for all of them but most people it works.
And using this it cuts crime because people have more respect for what they are doing.

I think its cruel but the benefits that come from it are brilliant, personally I think it should be tested in a few more areas and if its working well put it in place.

How ever much I dislike the government getting a house from them I think is a really good thing, and not giving them anything is wrong so at least get a job and do the community some good.
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« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2008, 03:02:34 pm »

if you test it in one area they'll all just relocate to a neighbouring area and get the council houses there. that'll be some votes lost for the program right there by the "vistimised" area's mps.

I'm also thinking making people homeless is not a good solution to any situation. You know beurocracys eventually at least 5% of people who can't work will be made homeless.
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« Reply #2 on: February 05, 2008, 04:37:25 pm »

Its not making people homeless its making people get a job no job no house.
Birmingham has so many job oppertinities large companys move there just because that reason of so many unemployed = cheap labour.

A lot of people are taking advantage because they can earn more money doing nothing than getting a job, and this is not good for mental health.
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« Reply #3 on: February 05, 2008, 05:04:13 pm »

Trace has an interesting point about people moving though.
Some people also are not quite what you would call mentally capable though.
And this will prevent you from getting a job in most cases.

I think a system of rewards and preventative measures combined would be a good idea.
In ireland there is a system where if your getting unemployment for 6 months you can keep your unemployment if you go back to university. I imagine a similar system where if you have been long term unemployed you get to keep it for a period after you get a job, and if you dont get a job your payments decrease.
And over here unemployment housing is subsidised so you get rent allowance and find your own place.

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« Reply #4 on: February 06, 2008, 03:22:04 am »

There saying now that if you have been on unemployment for a long period of time that you do community service.

Well they should apply it everywhere then Grin, not a lot of people want to move just to cheat the system, but the point really is if 5/10 people got jobs then its working the other 5 just want to cheat the system then applying it to the country those other 5/10 will need to get a job and spend there spare time working out other ways to get back at the government Grin.
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