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1/4/17 : The pure Audacity, just makes you want to throw up! President Obama Awards Himself Distinguished Public Service Medal


A carpenter takes on the Department for Work and Pensions. 'I, Daniel Blake' is the devastating story of a carpenter who's just had a heart attack. Despite this, the Department for Work and Pensions have deemed him fit for work.


"There is no precedent for an Education Department secretary nominee with your lack of experience in public education," Warren wrote (pdf) to DeVos ahead of the billionaire's Wednesday confirmation hearing before the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, on which the senator sits.

DBM wants SSS to resolve pension hike issue - WATCH VIDEO HERE -> One of the Department Budget and Management’s recommendations to President Rodrigo Duterte is for the Social Security System to resolve its pension hike issue. Rosalie Coz will tell us why. For more videos: Check out our official social media accounts: Instagram account – @UNTVLife Feel ...

The 75 Best Genealogy Websites for USA Research in 2014 . . . millions of historical records including newspaper pages, wills, military service and pension papers, and other documents.


Cop Stops Fellow Officer From Choking Handcuffed Man, Then She Was Beaten and Fired cariol-buffalo-police


TECH: Britains Defence Ministry Loses Hundreds Of Laptops Britains defence ministry has lost more than 700 laptops and computers over 18 months according to figures released on Wednesday. A total of 759 laptops and computers were lost and an additional 32 were stolen between the May 2015 election and October 2016 records released by the Press Association show. A further 328 CDs DVDs and USBs were lost by the defence ministry over the same period according to the data requested under…

UK: Blind man has benefits cut for not replying to benefits agency letter that he couldn't read

Government 'withheld' disabled death reports from watchdog

Disabled people in Reading being 'systematically shortchanged'

An experienced benefits adviser has accused the Department for Work and Pensions of shortchanging "people who are the worst off in our society"