Unemployed are given FREE passes to gyms and swimming pools on the taxpayer as a reward for trying to find work - The Daily Mail

However, Jonathan Isaby, chief executive of the TaxPayers' Alliance, disagreed.

He said: 'Everyone wants to see unemployment come down, but doling out taxpayer-funded incentives is no way to go about it.

'Those working on low incomes may not be able to afford swimming lessons and gym passes for themselves, so it's barmy to think that their taxes are subsidising free passes for others.

'Getting people back in to work should be part of a broader package of welfare reform that lowers tax disincentives and simplifies the system, making it more affordable for taxpayers and better for job-seekers.'

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Unemployed are given FREE passes to gyms and swimming pools on the taxpayer as a reward for trying to find work - The Daily Mail
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