I said "much harder" you said "a little bit hard". I have no problem with it being a little bit hard. But it's already hard (in the UK, at least). No need to make it harder.I am not a fan of this excuse. If you are unemployed seeking welfare and are not disabled, it should be a little bit hard. Able bodied people should never get something for nothing.
One of the problems in "clamping down" is that it just makes things much harder for everyone, not just the few exploiting the system.
Indeed, you exemplify the point I was making - people are happy to call for things to be made harder, because they seem under the illusion that it's currently really easy, so they think it's only going to make it "a little bit hard", not knowing how things currently are.
And the disabled do not get exempt either, because even if people think that extra checks should only be for the able-bodied, the Government then introduces extra checks where people have to prove that they are disabled.