HomeBlogBlind man tells Scottish Parliament “I thought the days of the blind man begging with a cup on street corners were gone. Sadly, that is not the case.”
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  • jeffery davies September 18, 2012 at 8:25 pm

    and there we have it you go through the doors of atos and no matter whot ills you ,you will be made whole again where you can go forth and do some work but no sonner as ones outside the door all your aillments come back to haunt you and no matter how you try you cannot get rady for work the atos way .where are our mps who daily allow this to happen its a bloody disgrace that they allow this to happen to the sick and disabled .they should go onto tv and appoligese for allowing this firm to prosper while we starve and go homeless wake up before its to late or have all your morals gone west like the evil torys jeff3

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