Matthew Oakley appears to one of those chinless failures who’s bummed about doing non-jobs at the government and whose only experience of social security is writing sub Daily Mail rants about benefit scroungers and the urgent need for more welfare cuts.
Despite this he’s now being paid a tidy £256.80 a day of tax payer’s cash to provide ‘expert’ advice on welfare reform.
The SSAC are a body whose job it is to scrutinise any changes to laws which may affect social security. Whilst they have no formal power, the government must legally consult them on new legislation. Shortly after this Government weren’t elected, the committee issued a scathing report on the plans for mass workfare.
Not long after this the head of the…
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