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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

Yes, test anyone receiving money from the government including employees and politicians

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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

@97T5RFN answered…3wks

We should only be giving a small amount to those who actually need it

@974V27WConservative answered…1mo

No, this is a waste of money but treatment should be provided to welfare recipients who are addicted to drugs

@973L3C6 answered…1mo

Provide treatment for any suspected drug use within governmental and public positions including psychological and physical analysis

@96ZWVGCGreen answered…1mo

No, what people do in their own time is their own choice. Unless the drug use is causing them to require benefits

@96PCP5L answered…2mos

No, but more funding should be given for drug abuse support and education.

@96NG2NW answered…2mos

Yes, and provide treatment for those testing positive and provide education on financial literacy to assist them once out of rehab.

@96JM2GF answered…2mos

Only if they have a history of it or signs of it and if positive should be given help and not punished.

@962VZL8 answered…2mos

Decriminalise drugs and offer support to those who are using drugs. They should not have their benefits restricted or be penalised. They should have safe clinics ran by the NHS to support them to use substances safely and have a place where they can be supported to reduce/stop their drug use.

@95Q6RL2 answered…2mos

Only if the recipient is currently in rehab and this shouldnt lead to termination but mental health help for the individual

@95NZHLT answered…2mos

yes, but it should be done on everyone getting money from the government, politicians included and anyone who tests positive should be offered help.

@94T5Y25 answered…3mos

No, should not be compulsory but all welfare beneficiaries should have access to one round free rehab and ongoing support to get back into work and off benefits

@948C72CLiberal Democrat answered…4mos

rather than testing for drugs, simply introduce more stringent criteria for obtaining benefits in the first place.

@93ZY3C7 answered…4mos

If they have had reports of antisocial behave in the past or have broken the law before.

@93XYTVS answered…4mos

No, only if they have a history of drug abuse and should be offered help or treatment to get them off drugs.

@93M6LDS answered…5mos

Yes, but provide treatment for those testing positive who choose treatment or not

@sonica answered…7mos

No, unless it's only to provide help as there is a strong correlation between the least economically privileged and needing help for addiction

@92SGSFJ answered…7mos

@92RHQYW answered…7mos

Yes, if they are suspected of taking them. Benefits should be terminated if found to be positive.

@92QV6HD answered…7mos

No, but options for treatment should be provided and advertised for those who want it

@92QS5LJ answered…7mos

@4SNPK4B answered…7mos

@92CN59C answered…8mos

No, only if they have a criminal history related to drug abuse. They should then be supported with rehabilitation if positive.

@8ZMXB2F answered…9mos

@8ZJLRF4Libertarian answered…9mos

No, Leads down a dark road to lose of personal freedoms and bodily autonomy. Of course unless the Politicians and civil servants want to go first.

@8ZDVM5CConservative answered…9mos

Yes but only if they have a criminal history related to drug use and provide services to end addiction if this is the case

@8Z5T89C answered…10mos

No. Only if they have a criminal history related to drug abuse, and then, provide them with treatment if they test positive.

@8Z386SQ answered…10mos

@8XZP67X answered…12mos

Yes, if they have a history of drug use. However we should offer treatment if they test positive.

@8XY7MB3Labour answered…12mos

Yes they should be tested but they should be deducted money and if they continue or refuse regular checks they should terminate their money.

@8XVZHXR answered…12mos

yes, but only terminate benefits for those testing positive of using class As

@8XGP32P answered…1yr

Yes, test anyone receiving money from the government including employees and politicians but provide treatment for those testing positive

@8XDTDMQ answered…1yr

No mandatory testing unless they have a criminal history related to drug abuse that is harmful and detrimental for the individual, including legal substance abuses such as alcohol, with help offered in coming over these problems.

@8XDTDMQ answered…1yr

No mandatory testing unless they have a criminal history related to drug abuse that is harmful and detrimental for the individual, including legal substance abuses such as alcohol.

@8WJ2Y76 answered…1yr

No, in the case that the system is reformed so that it supplements, rather than replaces, a working income

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