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The judge added: "It also comes as no surprise to me that somebody to do with an organisation that prides itself on Britishness is in fact living off the British people on JobSeeker's Allowance and that is why the fine is so low as to be ridiculous.
Anyone who has information about people living off the proceeds of crime should contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or visit www.
Of course, if society is prepared to tolerate such a family, including those who, like Harry, pictured, wish to play at being "boy soldiers" at taxpayers' expense or, even worse, use helicopters as a private taxi service, like Prince William did recently, society cannot condemn anyone pursuing the same lifestyle choice of living off the state.
The most galling part of their mantra is they keep saying that they represent the treaty status Indians living off reserve in Canada.
Living off dirty-blonde body hair isn't these crabs' only option.
Dodger blues: Back in '83, TV producer Steven Bochco was living off the success of ``Hill Street Blues'' when he tried to pull off a drama for NBC based around a fictional minor-league baseball team called ``Bay City Blues.
She added: "I should be living off pounds 70 a week but sometimes its nearer pounds 120 - I'm not very good at budgeting.
Lyall Watson started his life in South Africa where he spent four of his summers with boyhood friends, "roughing it" in the wild and living off the land--an orderly, civilized counterpoise to the world of the Lord of the Flies.
OTTAWA -- Aboriginal people living off reserve are more likely to experience poor health than their non-aboriginal neighbours, Statistics Canada reports.
2 million in Canada, with 79% living off the reserve and 250,000 on the reserve.
Having found yet another loop in the system, Laurette remains fanatically true to living off the perpetual motion of contemporary capitalism, be it generated by the object or the image.
The Reform Council report didn't start the dreaded privatization process, but Amtrak, and interest groups earning a living off it, still denounced its findings.

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