David Cameron is to announce a new strategy utilising the internet for the targeting of benefit fraudsters. It is believed that the internet could be introduced to civil servants as an effective tool for identifying fraudulent claims.
The new move could potentially save the government up to £17 million pounds per year in falsely claimed benefits by soon-to-be ex-civil servants.
A Pilot plan involves the use of new technology, namely Facebook, Linked-In and Twitter. Cameron plans to become friends or link-up with existing civil servants. Then when they all get thrown in the scrap-heap just before Christmas, Cameron can monitor the so called social network sites of these unemployed ex-civil servants for tweets such as
Peter is looking for a great off-shore investment fundor
Mary has just bough another pair of Gucci's.
Work and pensions minister Chris Grayling said
We really need a full-proof plan for dealing with these scroungers, the civil service have made a profession of ripping off the tax payer. Its time we nailed the f**kers.
We may as well jump on the Facebook and Twitter bandwagon. I don't really know wht they are, but it seems you can sell any dodgy plan or product by slapping a few logo's from these social networks onto your advert or prospectus. I'm my day a nice big pair of tits or a lady fellating a banana did the trick, what is the fucking world comming to!