NZ First spokeswoman for social policy and welfare Asenati Lole-Taylor said ... "I'm one of those people who just don't accept that people can become statistics on the welfare system, knowing full well that they're capable of working. I object to the idea of the welfare system being seen as an easy way of accessing money... Anyone who's on a benefit for more than 15 years, who is not a solo mother with young kids ... it's just madness."
Thursday, January 31, 2013
NZ First endorses long term dependency on DPB
It's never been clear to me where NZ First stands on the DPB. Here's an indication: