Sergei Polunin– Blacklisted by Ukraine, shunned by the ballet establishment (E772)
On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Charlie Cooke, Deputy Editor of Going Underground, about Theresa May’s last week in office and the controversies around her flagship policy – Universal Credit. Next we speak to Sergei Polunin on taking on the ballet establishment, how he was blacklisted from entering his home country of Ukraine, his support for Vladimir Putin and Russia, ‘Romeo and Juliet’, how to beat the establishment after being shunned by it, and more!
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READ MORE: Statement from the DWP:
“The UN’s own data shows the UK is one of the happiest places in the world to live, and other countries have come here to find out more about how we support people to improve their lives.
“Therefore this is a barely believable documentation of Britain, based on a tiny period of time spent here. It paints a completely inaccurate picture of our approach to tackling poverty.
“We take tackling poverty extremely seriously which is why we spend £95 billion a year on welfare and maintain a State Pension system that supports people into retirement.
“All the evidence shows that full-time work is the best way to boost your income and quality of life, which is why our welfare reforms are focused on supporting people into employment and we introduced the National Living Wage, so people earn more in work.”