That's the slogan for this year's Conservative Party Conference - although they're all forgetting and referring to "hardworking families". So they're not for the single, the pensioner, the sick, the disabled, etc., etc. We already know that the latest kicking of welfare claimants is that all those who are long-term unemployed will be subjected to a form of workfare. They know that they're onto a winner with the electorate. But it's doubtful whether they will elaborate on exactly how it's to be done. Remember that the government currently refuses to disclose which firms and organisations take free labour from MWA and the like. If lots more people are to be offered for free labour there will need to be more companies involved. Will we be allowed to know which ones? (Short answer - no.)
The media continue to ignore the fact that the government refuses to publish the numbers of those who have been "sanctioned". I found this link (in a comment on the Conservative Home website); "A Selection of Especially Stupid Benefit Sanctions". All of them are sourced, and a lot come from MPs. Essential reading for Iain Duncan Smith, one would have thought.
For many churches, today is Harvest Festival; and many of them will be donating the produce to their local food banks.