Natalija Belova, a single mum from Lithuania, has admitted to the press that the lifestyle the British benefits system affords her means she won't consider a full-time job unless it pays at least £25,000.
Natalija, 33, has been claiming £14,500 a year in benefits despite having a part-time job. She refuses to get a menial full-time job, claiming that it would downgrade her lifestyle and pay her less money than she gets on benefits.
The mum of one blames a flawed system for allowing her to live above her means and claims that she will not return to Lithuania because she has a better life here.
Natalia joins us today to explain more, alongside journalist Liz Frazer, who says that while Natalia has doing nothing illegal, her story does make a mockery of the system and believes this attitude towards benefits needs to be stopped.