Local homeless families told to be less local and more homeless
The Department for Work and Pensions said: ‘Just like the urban fox, they’re an unwelcome nuisance. They will eat the contents of your bins and will often have sex in the street…for cash. Tolerable as traveling carnival folk, but not as neighbours. Should you suspect an indigent has moved into your local area, there is a Pest Control Service you can contact. Or just ask Katie Hopkins to spot their impecunious offspring by their ridiculous names, malnourished visage and their vestigial tails’.