Cameron's 'hair-brained happiness study' spent 2 mln pounds to find work key to well-being!
British Prime Minister David Cameron's hair-brained happiness study has concluded that work is the key to well-being.
The first annual happiness report revealed that unemployed people with 'poor mental health and low well-being' spend longer on benefits.
According to the Sun, Labour MP John Mann has, however, called the survey a 'ridiculous waste of money'.
Officials have desperately tried to justify spending two million pounds a year of taxpayers' cash on the PM's pet project
The study means that Job Centers could now work closely with mental health trusts to get more people into work.
Ex-Cabinet Secretary Lord O'Donnell, who chairs the Government's Well-being Commission, said the data would 'revolutionize' policymaking.