He is worried about what the jobcentre will say at his next appointment in a couple of weeks, when he has to admit that he turned the work down. Wether or not the jobcentre will accept that not being offered a wage is grounds for turning work down is debatable.
That’s pretty much it yes. They say that he’s not working for free as he will still receive his benefit money, but that works out at £320 a month, whereas two weeks work being paid the national minimum wage would earn him at least £500.
What makes it even worse is that Councillor Bithell is still happy even now for Kingdom “officers” to be on the streets of Wrexham using fake threats of police assistance in order to scare people into paying illegal FPN’s.
The protest march against Kingdom will be on the 8th of September at midday outside the Guildhall.
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