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Make no mistake about who UKIP are (or were). Friends of the working classes? Not likely.

“UKIP have enjoyed similar mild success in several Northern towns amongst working class voters who’ve spotted not one of the three main parties give a flying fuck about them.  The truth is neither do UKIP.

Even some claimants have been sucked in as the party has gone deliberately quiet about their own welfare policies.  When @boycottworkfare began tweeting their workfare plans to claimants who thought UKIP might be on our side, they decided to ‘disappear’ their welfare policy summary from their website.

Via http://johnnyvoid.wordpress.com/2013/03/05/ukips-disappearing-welfare-policy-claimants-are-a-parasitic-underclass-of-scroungers-says-party/

It seems to have vanished again from Google cache. Are they embarrassed?
So, here it is again.

UKIP’s Disappearing Welfare to Work Policy:
Claimants are “a parasitic underclass of scroungers”