1. if there's a job that needs doing, why aren't you paying someone to do it? - There is no job that needs doing, these companies already have the employees to do the job. Your surplus staff.
2. The guy next to them is doing the same thing, but they're getting paid a lot more for it. - So the hell what? this is the same in any business. Not everyone who does the same thing is entitled to the same money.
3. You're doing work, and you're getting paid. Isn't that then a job? If so, then why are they getting less then the minimum wage for it?- You are currently getting payed to do nothing. Why are you getting anything for it?
4. You're volunteering for a charity and getting paid nothing - but the guy next to you is getting paid £64 a week by the government - how does that work? Is this a new way that you might as well get paid if you're going to do charity work? - Honestly not sure about this.
5. The taxpayer is paying the JSA, yet the corporation is getting the man-hours for free - I'd rather line corporate pockets with my tax money as little as possible thanks (Tesco will have had 168,000 hours of free labour in the past four months if all 1400 claimants they took in that time worked 30 hours a week)- The companies part subsides the pay. It is not free. Nor is the insurance or anything else they need to proved.