New sys­tem is ‘in­hu­man’

Wishaw Press - - YOUR VIEWS -

More than 600 emer­gency food sup­plies were handed to strug­gling kids in North La­nark­shire as Universal Credit con­tin­ues to be rolled out. Mother­well and Wishaw MP Mar­ion Fel­lows re­it­er­ated calls to halt Universal Credit as food­bank use in North La­nark­shire has soared. Universal Credit is an in­hu­man and bul­ly­ing type ben­e­fit.

The old sys­tem was not out­dated, it was work­ing per­fectly well.

The gov­ern­ment are just not lis­ten­ing and just do­ing what they want.

It’s just an­other ex­cuse to tar­get the un­em­ployed and the low in­come worker. Cather­ine Don­nelly Last week we re­vealed Wishaw take­away Mr Chef’s boss could face a fine of up to £80,000 for em­ploy­ing il­le­gal work­ers. Im­mi­gra­tion En­force­ment of­fi­cers dis­cov­ered three Pak­istani na­tion­als, aged 28, 30 and 67, work­ing il­le­gally at Mr Chef on Craigneuk Street. A 23-year-old Pak­istani na­tional was also found to be em­ployed il­le­gally at Mr Chef in Ud­dingston. If found guilty I hope the lo­cal com­mu­nity will join me in re­fus­ing to buy from their busi­ness.

Scot­land must de­mand peo­ple are em­ployed le­git­i­mately or face fewer jobs for le­gal per­sons. Johnny White The truth will come out so give the shop/fam­ily a chance to give their side be­fore jump­ing on the band wagon. Christo­pher Love Thewishaw Press have kicked off a fan­tas­tic new fea­ture to find our read­ers’dig­i­tal pic­ture of the week.

We have teamed up with Mor­risons in Kirk Road who will pro­vide a FREE fam­ily meal for four (two adults and two chil­dren) at their cafe for ev­ery read­ers’dig­i­tal pic­ture of the week that we print in our news­pa­per.

It can be pho­to­graph, selfie or im­age that you or your chil­dren have taken on a dig­i­tal cam­era, ipad, or smart­phone.

We are look­ing for ei­ther a pic­ture that you have taken in thewishaw area or per­haps a selfie of your fam­ily while you were on hol­i­day at home or abroad, or Never had a dodgy meal from them and the fact is they are al­ways mobbed even through the week.

They do a lot in the com­mu­nity too so this won’t stop me go­ing into their shop! Ed­ward Land chil­dren’s draw­ing on an ipad.

We would also like pic­tures of your spe­cial oc­ca­sions, such as wed­ding an­niver­saries, chil­dren’s birthday par­ties, re­tire­ments dos, fam­ily cel­e­bra­tions, party pic­tures, club or group pic­tures, or any other big day or char­ity event.

All you have do is send your pic­ture to us at [email protected] wishaw­press.co.uk or con­tact us through our Face­book andtwit­ter pages.

Please make sure you in­clude your name, ad­dress and con­tact de­tails and in­for­ma­tion about your pic­ture. I work for my mother in our fam­ily’s take away and she still has to keep a copy of my pass­port on file to prove who I am and where I am from, even though I am a blood rel­a­tive. Fiona Cur­rie Why is KFC not un­der in­ves­ti­ga­tion? As they em­ployed the same in­di­vid­ual. Martin Win­ston Mccabe Kind-hearted Shotts vol­un­teer Danielle Keys, who runs sev­eral groups for chil­dren and vol­un­teers at a food bank, was the lat­est win­ner of our Say it with Flow­ers com­pe­ti­tion. Con­grat­u­la­tions Danni.

You re­ally are an amaz­ing woman. Kim Mc­grory Con­grat­u­la­tions Danielle.

Very well de­served. Mechelle Lee Well done Danielle Key.

You are amaz­ing. Claire Fer­gu­son Brand new buses with free Wi-fi and USB ports have been launched for a ma­jor Wishaw route. They will be used on the 241 ser­vice and fea­ture new ecofriendly engines They will need to try and ne­go­ti­ate Colt­ness with­out scrap­ing past the self­ish car and van driv­ers parked on the bad cor­ners of the bus route. Colin Bax­ter

Lunar land­scape Brian Hughes from Wishaw sent in this stun­ning pic­ture of the moon

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