Restriction on sale of tobacco and alcohol products only to non-welfare recipients

Restrict sale of tobacco (cigarettes) and alcohol to those who can prove they are not in receipt of welfare payments such as job seekers allowance, disability living allowance, etc.

Proof could be provided by a register related to an ID card of sorts (eg driving licence), or providing proof of income such as a pay slip during sale of such goods. Alternatively an NI number could be given, to be checked against payment of tax.

Alternatively, those who have not paying tax and in receipt of welfare should have their next payment reduced in line with their purchase of cigarettes or alcohol.

Why is this idea important?

Restrict sale of tobacco (cigarettes) and alcohol to those who can prove they are not in receipt of welfare payments such as job seekers allowance, disability living allowance, etc.

Proof could be provided by a register related to an ID card of sorts (eg driving licence), or providing proof of income such as a pay slip during sale of such goods. Alternatively an NI number could be given, to be checked against payment of tax.

Alternatively, those who have not paying tax and in receipt of welfare should have their next payment reduced in line with their purchase of cigarettes or alcohol.

Repeal of immigration quotas

Repeal the immigration quotas recently announced, and reform the immigration system to appear more welcoming to foriegners wishing to create or invest in UK business and marry UK born citizens.

Why is this idea important?

Repeal the immigration quotas recently announced, and reform the immigration system to appear more welcoming to foriegners wishing to create or invest in UK business and marry UK born citizens.