HomeBlogDo Iain Duncan Smith’s DLA claims ring true?
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  • jeffrey davies May 16, 2012 at 11:31 am

    pack of lies again as for dla ive just filled in and sent them off the people who i know who have got it for life is there is great illness with them or missing limbs i dont think these dibeleaving toads would any of their illnesses but will deni them theirs i dont beleive it torys rob the system with friends taken millions out of it and they begrude a sick person their little benefit has the world gone wrong or has the devil in them become to much as they dont believe in anything but money and power god forbid but thats the way its going beat us they rob big time critics all they are jeff3

  • Leon Carter May 16, 2012 at 1:46 pm

    IDS also fails to mention the many who do not claim for whatever reason, I had an SAH Stroke in March 1990 but did not claim until Sept 2008 when I was made redundant. I would imagine there are loads that have an entitlement but just cannot be bothered

  • Joanna Terry May 18, 2012 at 12:49 am

    What really makes me angry about the whole business is that my own personal claims were all made by the medical profession for me. At each stage I have had full assessments and indeed insisted on it. My last reward was raised to life because of a DWP assessment under Labour. Now my own disabilities are complex, I have no obvious external problems but internally I am a mess. The new P.I.P descriptors are an absolute disgrace and it looks as if I will fall into that category of “fit for work”, despite spending large amounts of time in bed and throwing my guts to the wall. What right do these people think they have, I paid into the system, I never knew this was going to happen to me, I would add, they are welcome to take my place. I’ll have their job they can have my sickness.

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