Please remember Miss McVey showed no mercy both as minister for disabilities and as assistant to former welfare chief and MP for Chingford Iain Duncan Smith (aka The Chingford Chiseller
In America, for example, we see equivalent terms such as welfare chiseller
and welfare queen, (6) with their own distinct meanings and gender connotations, used by New Right actors to similar effect, whereas in the UK the term 'welfare scrounger' is common.
Starting in Ancient Greece, Ritchie (comedy writing and performance, Southampton Solent U., England) traces a key thread in the development of comic performance: the chiseller
figure, the loafer who makes a living offering jokes, compliments or advice in exchange for food, drink or financial assistance from anyone willing to provide it.
Director Stephen Frears neatly alternates between the audacious scams executed by the trio of con artists, with sudden moments of calculated violence and the intense rivalry that develops between expert bet chiseller
Huston, her ambitious son and his scheming girlfriend.
BOB HOPE has been unmasked in New Yorker magazine as a vain, skirt- chasing chiseller
by people like Woody Allen who've worked with him over the years.
BORIS Johnson hiding when the fallout of the campaign he fronted to wrench the UK out of Europe was discussed in Parliament betrayed the selfish, cowardly personality of a Tory chiseller
unfit to be Prime Minister, His calculated decision to duck an appearance in the Commons chamber to hear defeated David Cameron's statement deservedly earned rebukes from the Conservative MPs whose support he covets to fulfil his blond ambition.