Should the UK Government make better guidelines in terms of benefits for temp workers?
My question is if under the circumstances of somebody starting temporary work involving differential hours each week - if the government should make it clearer for workers in terms of how much they should pay in rent or receive in housing benefits. For example for every £40 GBP earned £10 could come off the workers housing benefit. This I believe would give people a clearer idea of what benefits are available for them starting work.
by CMHypno 8 years ago
Minister in charge of the Treasury and cutting the budget deficit is forced to resign after it is found that he channelled £40,000 of taxpayer's money to his secret lover. And the Lib Dems campaigned on the fact that it was the other two parties that had been over claiming on their...
by Ralph Deeds 7 years ago
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by Doug Hughes 7 years ago
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by Kristy Callan 6 years ago
How long do files stay in the temp folder?I opened an email attachment I shouldn't have at work (my payslip - pdf) on a shared computer. OPENED, not saved. Does that stay in a temporary folder somewhere, and how long until it is deleted?
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