THE Universal Credit system was always intended to be non-functional or people might use it to get money to live, the government has explained.
Criticism from the National Audit Office prompted the government to explain the system works by depriving people of cash to make them bloody well pull their socks up.
Work and pensions secretary Esther McVey said: “You think we want British citizens getting the benefits they’re entitled to? Do you even know us at all?
“When you don’t get paid for eight months and you’re thrown out of your accommodation so it can be rented to proper people, that’s the system running like a Swiss clock.
“Other people have got well-paid jobs. Theresa May has got a job. Boris Johnson has got a job. Even I’ve got a job. We’re all completely shit at them but that’s beside the point.
“UC is there to make claimants realise they cannot rely on us so they need to find better jobs, turn to crime or die or whatever. Those are all positive outcomes.”
Mary Fisher of Doncaster said: “Last week after three months I finally got a payment of £15. The woman told me I should be grateful and not spend it all at once.”