UK Parliament to Debate Universal Basic Income

The UK Parliament will debate universal basic income on 15 June at 4.30 pm. The theme is the potential merits of a universal basic income. (See here:

As this is now being made a subject of discussion, we should not cease asking questions.

What’s behind the nice sounding idea of free money for all? Doesn’t this mean losing independence and being controlled? What has it got to do with the great reset, and why should we definitely avoid a China style digital and government controlled income?

The House of Commons introduced a universal basic income in October 2021 (after discussions in 2020 and 2016):

Universal Basic Income (UBI) is a term used to describe a number of different proposals where the state would provide income for all citizens, without any conditions attached, and regardless of their other resources. The idea has a long history and has attracted supporters from across the political spectrum at various times.

A petition, entitled Implement Universal Basic Income to give home & food security through Covid-19 was considered in an oral evidence session of the UK Parliament Petitions Committee on 17 September 2020. In response to the petition, the UK Government said a Universal Basic Income “does not target help to those who need it most”, stressing additional support provided during the coronavirus outbreak, such as the Job Retention Scheme and changes to Statutory Sick Pay and Universal Credit. (

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