Ouch talk disability attraction and dating
I bet some of his colleagues have a 15-rated word for him, and perhaps a few 18-rated words too.
Disabled people could help them find some if they’re struggling.
The failure to properly make good on its mistakes – combined with the dilly dallying the NAO found – is like adding in what happened when Iron Mike decided to go in for biting ears.
The whole awful mess demands a rather wider inquiry, even a royal commission, because not only has it heaped untold misery on to some of society’s most vulnerable people, it has cost the taxpayer a fortune.
And you’d know if you can move in closer by the way your date responds to you.
So watch out for the signs and keep the frequency of petting discreet.
The latest foul up has been publicised by the National Audit Office.
The art of touchy feely flirting Here are four points that can make all the difference if you want to flirt and make someone like you just by flirting with them and touching them at the right time.
If you can beat that list, congratulations: you qualify to join the shortlist for a job in the part of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) handling disability benefits.
I could have added “ouch” to my list but that’s reserved for the victims of a lengthening list of scandals that have emerged as a result of the reforms originally put into place by Iain Duncan Smith.
The sting in the tail is that even then some of the victims won’t get all the money back. Scandals like this crop up with a depressing regularity.
Payments will only be back-dated to 21 October 2014, when the Government lost yet another tribunal case. Just last month there was another “oops” moment when the DWP embarked upon a review of 1.6 million PIP claims after losing a legal case over the treatment of people with mental illness.
Now relieved of ministerial office he doesn’t have to say damn, alas, er, um, er um, oh, ah, damn, blast, or oh crap, what again?