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George_of_Westbury

George_of_Westbury Report 27 Jul 2008 14:33

My OH and i are both pensioners, we do not receive any benefits whatsoever, in fact a very sore point with us, inasmuch we should have p*ss*d up our money up the wall, instead of making provisions for our retirement, then no doubt we would receive benefits such as no council tax to pay, immediately we would be £1500-00 a year better off,, recent dentist bill £198-00, i could go on.
Why should we not receive these benefits, we paid our money in, and we are still paying, when i see these unmarried teenage mums getting £286 -00 a week to me the system is loaded in the wrong direction.
Perhaps i should go out and find myself a teenage mum then they can keep me.

Rant over

Merlin

Merlin Report 27 Jul 2008 15:06

Question,Where ( If any ) are there NHS Dentists?not many around now. Other than that,with the increasing charges,Why not Check out" Denplan" it costs but its a lot less hassle.**M**.

CATHKIN

CATHKIN Report 27 Jul 2008 19:20

lClaire , won`t get a brass penny as I am working 30 hours a week and mortgage paid off. OH goes to a NHS dentist I don`t as I followed the one we had when he moved,
Ros xx