Tracey Crompton has never had a job, and her husband Harry has been out of work for 15 years.
Yet the couple live for free in a seven bedroom house with their ten children and receive £32,656 in benefits a year.
Firstly, they want even more benefits.
Secondly, that their neighbours have nicknamed them ‘Britain’s Biggest Freeloaders’.
Mrs Crompton, 40, moaned: ‘I’m not satisfied with the benefits we get – I want more. I haven’t been able to work because I’ve had to bring up the kids and Harry’s got health problems.’
As both are unemployed, their weekly £120 rent is paid by housing benefit and they receive another £628 a week in income support, disability and carer’s allowance and other payments. Mr Crompton, 50, says he is unable to work due to angina and irritable bowel syndrome.
Angina doesn’t stop him popping out offspring.
I have a bit of an irritable bowel just thinking how my hard earned tax taken from me on false promises help sustain a lifestyle like this.
Some of us have the amount of kids we can afford whilst others simply take the piss big time.
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