HomeBlogThe RNIB says hundreds of blind and partially sighted people are being removed from both benefit support and the help they need to find work
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  • Adam Lotun July 4, 2012 at 7:33 am

    Another instance of being ‘able’ despite having reduced capacity in any way…this is a despicable move by the DWP and I am beginning to suspect that ATOS are the unwitting ‘scapegoats’ in the WCA, as I am becoming more and more convinced the the LIMA System – Licensed to ATOS by DWP – was actually compiled by the DWP and not just ATOS…these types of decisions are purely Conservative Right Blue-Sky Thinking and no self respecting person, with any knowledge of disability awareness, would agree to this, just like the fact that people in wheelchairs and are able to operate or self-propel are considered mobile and not in need of any mobility allowances.

  • Mike Aterpillar July 4, 2012 at 1:17 pm

    “Under the old system of incapacity benefit too many lives were written off,” said the mealy-mouthed robot from the DWP, as she/he wrote off another life…

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