and here's another example of benefit fraud:
Maqsood Khan of CPS Mersey Cheshire's Fraud Unit, said: “Jonathan Lucas and Melissa Ellis are a pair of serial fraudsters who were falsely claiming a variety of benefits while living a very nice lifestyle indeed.
One gets let off with a slap on the wrist, and the others get sent to jail for a couple of years. Not very equitable, is it?
Seems it depends on the circumstances:
An £85,000 benefit cheat has avoided jail despite breaching her suspended prison sentence by shoplifting.
Jeanette Bishop, aged 56, swindled money from the state for nine years by claiming she was living alone – when in fact she was sharing a home with a working partner.
for the family of eight can i say if there is anything else you need a benefits handbook on
creaming or a job in broadcasting editing a newspaper or even as a political adviser.
But please please do not deport. Where would we be without humility?