Usually we look for fun in our web of the week listings, but this one manages to tick all of our boxes despite being ‘political’ and very, very serious.


The Welfare News Service has been set up by ordinary folk like us and like you who may be concerned that the government is painting a rather one sided of their planned welfare cuts.


Cuts to welfare affect everybody at some level or another which is why we’re happy to make this site our web of the week.

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