“In the inverted welfare universe of today those who often receive the most have contributed the least to society, whether they be migrant freeloaders or feckless teenage mothers. Thanks to indiscriminate payouts the work ethic has been grievously undermined. Incredibly, even In the boom years of the last decade, there were more than five million people of working age living on benefits, .”.
Iain Duncan Smith, who has devoted most of his recent career fighting for real social justice, the Government wants to restrict entitlements, impose limits on handouts, make work pay and reduce the benefits bill. all too predictably these changes have provoked hysterical opposition. during a climate of emotional blackmail the coalition has been accused of callousness, brutality, even racism. Labour shadow minister Liam Byrne claimed that [?] was once known as “the benefits [?] crossed “the basic line of British decency"
Looks like two paragraphs have somehow been merged. The first one makes sense (sort of) but I can't do a lot with the second.