Landmark book released to expose government welfare policy

Cash Not Care: the planned demolition of the UK welfare state has been released and is available in print and eBook versions from Amazon.

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Author Mo Stewart has spent years collecting the evidence and distilling it into book form, and This Writer – having helped her with proofreading – can confirm it is an excellent, if horrifying, read.

The author’s observations are available in this Vox Political article, published last week.

The print version is available here.

And the eBook/Kindle version may be ordered here.

The author said: “This is a detailed research text and contains the evidence the government attempted to suppress, now available in a book anyone can access.

“For those who follow the research, Chapter Six may be of particular interest.”

This book is highly recommended for anybody who is interested in the facts behind government spin.


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8 thoughts on “Landmark book released to expose government welfare policy

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      To the best of my knowledge, no.
      Why not go through Amazon? The company pays its taxes nowadays.

      1. Ros Jackson

        I’m another one who prefers other retailers, Kobo in my case. It’s not just about Amazon’s taxes, it’s because one retailer having a monopoly on ebooks is very bad news for indie authors. Epub is also a format you can open on a number of devices, unlike Amazon’s ebook files.

        Considering how much New Generation Publishing charge authors, it’s a poor show if they don’t help authors upload to multiple retailers.

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