Generosity that we can scarcely afford

November 2012
Daily Mail;11/ 5/2012, p12
THIS country, the then Minister for Social and Family Affairs said back in 2007, had a 'moral duty' to pay the traditionally generous child benefit rates pertaining here to the families of Eastern European migrant workers.


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