Slothful, self-centered, materialistic, ungrateful and greedy: meet today’s “poor”…
Mother-of-seven Toorpakai Saiedi, 35, receives £170,000 a year in benefits — a staggering £150,000 of which is paid to a private landlord for the rent of their seven-bedroom house in West London.
The detached property in Acton has two large reception rooms, two kitchens, a dining room and a 100ft garden.
Ealing Council is picking up the £12,458 a month bill — which is nearly five times the rent for a similar property in the same road.
My older posts about “the poor” as the new “rich”: here and here