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we need to move from a low wage high tax high welfare society , that message from the prime minister david cameron promising an end to what he calls the current welfare merry go rounds , people working on the minimum wage having that money taxed by the government , and then the government giving them back that money animal in wealth , again it's dealing with the symptoms of the problem , topping upload pay rather than extending the drivers of opportunity , helping to create well paid jobs in the first place , speech coming amid fierce debate over plans to cut welfare point twelve billion pounds , the full details not yet out in the open box with the government assuring the most vulnerable and pensioners will be protected tax credits and housing benefits looking likely to suffer the most , acting labor party leader harriet harman accusing the government of not really being the working people , what it looks like what the prime minister is going to be doing is actually making people to go out to work with a low paid worse off we said before the election he was going to cut twelve billion , but he wouldn't say whether cuts were going to come , that it was going to be tracking down a welfare pre abuse but what he saying today , cities going to be cutting the income families that are actually going out to work and working hard but need a top up to make ends meet and this is absolutely the wrong thing to be doing , the cultural part of the government's plan to eliminate you case nineteen billion pound deficits in four years , experts those they ten and a half billion of the planned twelve billion pounds and welfare cuts still haven't been announced , for those fearing the west the details of next month's budget cannot come soon enough