THE underclass are giving Britons a sense of superiority for only £30bn a year.
Office workers have described Britains half a million troubled families as excellent value in terms of bolstering their self-esteem.
Sales administrator Tom Booker said: I dont have a celebrity lifestyle and my boss calls me Puny Peter so my pride is a pretty fragile thing.
Reading articles about families who are invariably compared to characters in the television programme Shameless makes me feel warmly conceited, like George Osborne would if he went to Morrisons.
“Seems like money well spent.”
Marketing consultant Emma Bradford said: You want to give them enough money so that we can look down on their gardens full of rusting white goods, but not so much that they buy rocket launchers and come to get us.