Slash wherever you can….
And while you’re at it don’t stop there, slash the entire welfare state as well.
Even those who do not work are entitled to the benefit
All migrants from the EU in Germany receive a stipend for their children – even if their children live abroad.
Germany’s official government website details that from January 1 2017 parents or carers will receive €192 (£160) for their first child, plus an extra €198 (£198) for their second and third child, and a staggering €223 (£186)for a fourth child and any more.
And even those who do not work are entitled to the benefit, paid out each month and up until the child’s 18th birthday, or 25th if they are in education, training or doing an internship.