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Poverty campaigners slam g 8 aids pledge, say cuts are not likely for 10 years to come

A poverty campaigner says plans to create ten more ВЈ5billion per annum programmes to help the poorest of the poor, is "nonsense".

Simon Blackman told Sunday Politics Radio that the latest measures announced by the Coalition would "kill the poorest poorest people".

"That's not how the welfare system works, that's not how the NHS works, to do things that are designed to help the most vulnerable - and that's really disappointing for people across the country, " he said.

He said there were alternatives in place, such as a guaranteed minimum income "that's going to pay for everything we've got".

"People want to make sure that people are getting the support they need, they want to feel good about themselves and they want to look after their families, " he said.

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Lord Tebbit has said the UK needs a new national policy on tackling poverty

Mr Blackman, who campaigns for the charity GiveWell, added that Mr Osborne and others had committed to reducing the number of benefits claimants receiving them.

"It's very disappointing that we have heard very little about where those plans are heading, " he said.

"It is quite right that we say this isn't right.

"But that doesn't mean it doesn't matter and that's because these are just small, small-scale cuts to get into the pockets of the poorest - the poorest groups, " he said.

'Waste of time'

Liberal Democrat peer Lord Tebbit said the new measures would only "put pressure on us more" and would "put pressure" on him personally to consider other options.

"People are getting the worst of it on benefit, people are spending more and more time in the process, and all the while it's taking up more and more people's time, " he said.

"The next 10 years are going to get much more difficult."

Last week, the Department for Work and Pensions said the policy did not have a timetable for getting the cuts to benefit to 30 per cent by 2021 - instead it is aiming to cut benefits further for those in work or working part-time.

But it said it is "too early" to say whether that was enough to tackle "waste of time" on benefits.

The Conservative Party has promised that the Government would provide the "first step" towards bringing down benefits by 2020, but that could require further cuts of up to 50 per cent in 2017 and 2017-18.

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Oppn calls for new 1b cairns hospital for Wellington to open in next few years

WILLOBAIN — A new cairns hospital is expected to be open within the next year and has been referred for an environmental impact assessment.

The decision for a hospital to be constructed at Parnell in the Pukekohe River was agreed at a community meeting Thursday night.

This comes a year before a new hospital is to open at Wellington's new North Shore hospital, just down the street from the old one at Newmarket Centre.

The meeting was called to consider environmental impacts of the hospital proposed to be built across the street.

The Wellington Regional Council agreed last month to review the Parnell Hospital's development plan, which the council has said will include consideration of public and other interest groups.

"I want the city to know how seriously we take it. We really do and we're looking into making that case to councillors in council, " said Willoaba Mayor Jim Murch.

The council has made an $80 million donation of $4.3 million to the project, funded through the WRC Trust.
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