As the government is refreshing its nasty little piece of vitriol against ‘problem families’ that have problems rather than being a problem, and it’s being parrotted without much challenge by the BBC, I’m reblogging this post on their fetish for demonisation, with a look at the ludicrous criteria they’ve used for assessing what constitutes a problem family.

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