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Testing the fairness of workfare
The state may be required to provide training but if a genuinely conscientious person has no rights against a potentially exploitative employer that is training them - is that fair in a modern democracy? No right to leave as you cannot get any money? Good terms or bad, Ms Carse?
And also why do job centre advisers (refer to Guardian articles on jobseekers refusing apparenltly voluntary work in recent months) have to mete out corrective punishments in the form of mandatory work activity? Does the Human Rights Act not specify that the courts are there to decide on work punishments and even then with the punished person's agreement?
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