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  • Darren McDean on Facebook September 11, 2011 at 1:06 pm

    fingers crossed it goes through

  • Cait Ni Cadlaig on Facebook September 11, 2011 at 2:50 pm

    fingers crossed but having IDS on Andrew Marr this morning Marr hardly challenged him In fact he was only short of bowing !! Wheras when he spoke to Unites person Well not a lot of time was given and very little was really said into the bargain !!

  • Mozza September 11, 2011 at 7:27 pm

    It’s all very well using professionals who are accountable to the GMC or RCN but these two professional bodies have been so overwhelmed by the numbers of complaints that the GMC has now decided NOT to investigate any Atos doctor reported to them UNLESS the case has had a successful appeal. It is a greater concern that this private contractor has no public accountability, are not overseen by the Care Quality Commission, and so the public have no protection against this discredited company. Mo

  • Phillip Dudd May 21, 2014 at 4:52 am

    Incapacity benefit:
    To help people stay or become incapacitated,
    and get in debt till forced onto esa.
    Esa:
    designed to get sick people onto Jsa
    JSA:
    To assist people to become sick.
    Bedroom Tax:
    if your thinking of becoming or staying sick,
    this should really give assistance by making life hell
    and for children as well,
    Benefit sanctioning:
    to make sure you live under more threats if
    for any reason you are recieving any of the above.
    Council tax: To involve more threats and bully tactics
    when you find you miss any payments from being sick.
    or poor.
    Complaint procedures:
    Not for any of the above, and not for any company that
    dosnt want to deal with complaints,
    so this will help if you are determined to be sick
    GP appointments: don’t forget to plan when you will be sick,
    not including, stress, anxiety, depression,
    or if affected by any of the above,
    also if you meet any of the above criteria,
    you should be totally able and available to get a job,
    But just dont be sick even if you are when you started the job,
    you wont be able to complain anyway.

    • Phillip Dudd May 21, 2014 at 5:03 am

      wow , its just like what ive experienced, and i thought i was alone.

  • Phillip Dudd May 21, 2014 at 5:24 am

    I think all government ministers work really hard, and should all take a 50 year holiday,
    (starting now) with full pay and be provided an extra property (tax free) to holiday in.
    I appreciate the reforms are about people (not children), and im glad they arnt doing it
    for election point scoring (obviously these reforms wouldn’t help) would they ??
    Its also great its not going to help the financial deficit, or the poor so people have to work harder,
    longer hours, for less money, and see their children even less, so its refreshing to see they will
    even fight their own policies like family values.
    Id say it helps me sleep at night but im not allowed a bedroom of my own, unless i share with my boy or girl,so ill just work harder, with no holiday, but feel safe in the governments hands, whilst im sleeping on my front room floor.
    I also believe the government psychoanalyst should get a pay rise , he must be very very busy.

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