Painstakingly produced and eminently readable good times bad times takes us through the story of todays britain it is essential reading for physicists and medics schoolteachers and school cleaners pensioners and students of all kinds. At another level good times bad times is more disruptive it seeks to upend the divisive discourse that the books subtitle calls the welfare myth of them and us it seeks to upend the divisive discourse that the books subtitle calls the welfare myth of them and us . Two thirds of uk government spending now goes to the welfare state and where the money is spent healthcare education pensions benefits is the center of political and public debate much of that debate is dominated by the myth that the population is divided into those who benefit from the . Good times bad times the welfare myth of them and us suggested hashtag for twitter users lsewelfaremyth department of social policy public lecture. Hillss good times bad times the welfare myth of them and us traces the ways we contribute to and benefit from the welfare state across our lifetimes setting to rest the insidious notion that there is any distinction between strivers who pay in and skivers who benefit it is carefully evidenced and immensely readable and i
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