Today a Vox Political commenter, praising me for what I do, went on to add that it won’t make a scrap of difference while people have distractions like new mobile phones to buy (or, coming closer to home for me as a TV science fiction fan, the announcement of a new Doctor Who actor). They just won’t care, as long as it isn’t happening to them. Well, here’s a story about it happening to 8,000 children in the London boroughs piloting the benefit cap. The mobile phone lovers will no doubt find an excuse to blame the parents involved for being irresponsible – but who are these parents? It turns out they are “widows, disabled people, women fleeing domestic violence and parents unable to find a full-time job that also allows them to adequately care for young children or even new born babies.”