How has David Jones MP For Clwyd West Benefited The working Man?

Hers a list of things he has voted on:

http://www.theyworkforyou.com/mp/11506/david_jones/clwyd_west/divisions?policy=1052

David Jones voted very strongly for a reduction in spending on welfare benefits.

On 19 Jan 2011:David Jones voted in favour of scrapping the education maintenance allowance 

On 9 Mar 2011:David Jones voted to introduce Universal Credit and Personal Independence Payments and to restrict housing benefit for those in social housing deemed to have excess bedrooms.

On 9 Mar 2011:David Jones voted to introduce Universal Credit and Personal Independence Payments and to restrict housing benefit for those in social housing deemed to have excess bedrooms.

On 13 Jun 2011:David Jones voted against introducing a childcare element to Universal Credit.

On 15 Jun 2011:David Jones voted to introduce Universal Credit and Personal Independence Payments and to restrict housing benefit for those in social housing deemed to have excess bedrooms.

On 1 Feb 2012:David Jones voted not to make an exception for those with a cancer diagnosis or undergoing cancer treatment from the 365 day limit on receiving contribution based Employment and Support Allowance.
On 1 Feb 2012:David Jones voted not to set the lower rate of the Universal Credit payment in relation to disabled children and young people at a minimum of two-thirds of the higher rate.
On 21 Feb 2012:David Jones voted not to add proposed exclusions from a reduction in housing benefits due to being deemed to have excess bedrooms.

On 8 Jan 2013:David Jones voted to cap any increase discretionary working age benefits and tax credits at 1% in 2014-15 and 2015-16

On 21 Jan 2013:David Jones voted to set the rate of increase of certain benefits, payments and tax credits at 1% rather than in line with prices at 2.2% for 2014 and 2015

On 27 Feb 2013:David Jones voted in favour of a housing benefit under-occupancy penalty.

On 12 Nov 2013:David Jones voted in favour of reducing housing benefit for those deemed to have excess bedrooms.

On 12 Nov 2013:David Jones voted for a reduction in housing benefit for social tenants deemed to have excess bedrooms.

On 11 Feb 2014:David Jones voted not to halt further spending and welfare cuts and not to investigate the impact of austerity measures on the incidence of poverty and inequality.

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