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THE person who wrote about EuroMillions winners Colin and Chris Weir and their generosity should be ashamed of themselves. They are a couple who think of others instead of themselves. So what if it's in newspapers? I for one love reading of their generosity.

John McDonald, Cumbernauld I DON'T know where reader Rosemary Shewan gets her info about waiting lists for larger council houses. When I wanted to move out of my fiveapartment home into a smaller one because I was on my own, I was told I was at the bottom of the list.

Margaret O'Connor, Paisley DOES a childless couple living together but sleeping in separate bedrooms in a two-bed house still equate to underoccupancy? And do you get extra money for over-occupancy? Anon NOT everyone being summoned to Atos in Cadogan Street, Glasgow, is a workshy freeloader, as Del the cabbie says. Genuine folk who can't work due to health issues are summoned there and treated like cheats. Del is lucky he's able to work.

Anon DEL the cabbie seems to forget most of the freeloaders limping to the Disablity Benefits Centre in Glasgow are mini-cab drivers who are claiming disability benefit and working illegally.

Anon READER A.F. is right.

British people should stand up and be counted. 2013 will see riots when the welfare reforms go through. This Government must be toppled.

E.H., Erskine, Renfrewshire
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jan 4, 2013
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