The Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith says the current Welfare system doesn't work.
Under his new plans, you'll lose your benefits if you repeatedly turn down work. If you're on incapacity benefit, you'll be checked to see what job you can do.
The government says you'll be better off as a result.
Is the government right to crack down on people who turn down work?
Nicky Campbell takes your calls on 0500 909693 [free from some landlines, charges for mobiles and other networks will vary].
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