HomeAtos‘Disability benefit’ shake-up ‘grinding to a halt’
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  • Mo Stewart December 23, 2011 at 11:57 am

    Here we go again. The standard DWP script: “target support to those who need it most” but the DWP have no comprehension of need, and don’t identify what their definition of those “who need it most” actually means… We are judged on costs alone, the need to reduce the budget yet the gvt, whilst still claiming to be broke and hence justify these cuts, still offer £hundreds of millions to overseas problems whilst claiming they can’t support our own chronically sick & disabled people. It’s rough justice for us and is a bad joke to the rest of the UK, who still cannot comprehend that a chronic illness or disability can indeed be permanent…

    On another subject, I have received yet another defensive letter from Harrington, claiming he hasn’t ‘endorsed’ my research when no one has claimed that he had. Why is he so threatened?

    My own MP is running scared and has REFUSED to get involved in any way… It seems I am not his favourite person…..

    Happy Christmas to everyone at BT.

  • Labour Friends of Socialism on Facebook December 23, 2011 at 2:04 pm

    Their keeping money for their Capitalist Globalised Paymasters investing abroad. No surprise is it?

    Shame places like The Fabian Society are debating ‘Good Capitalism’ instead of an abolishment wholesale of it and end to Neoliberalism and abuse of deomcracy.

  • Bridget Denise Price on Facebook December 24, 2011 at 8:43 am

    the government prefer to spend our taxes buying weapons, sending more young people into war zones (deliberately creating more disabled?) and propping up banks who gambled away their own money, and paying themselves and their buddies. So not enough money left? As for targeting the most needy, since the DWP have an understanding of disability which is more shallow than many a primary school child they may as well ‘fess up to it being a lottery. If your surname has an R in it we’ll pay you, otherwise you are clearly not ill.

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