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2 thoughts on “In Response to Iain Duncan Smith’s statement: ‘I’m not scared to light the fuse on disability reform’”
Powerful image and symbolism-great stuff. I’d like to see THIS as a headline in tomorrow’s papers. Beware the IDS and March!
I hate this man. A failed Tory leader remerges with gusto to start a war on the UKs most vulnerable people. How brave he is.
This is the man whose CV claimed that he had attended the University of Perugia when he had in fact attended the Università per Stranieri, which did not grant any degrees at that time, and a claim that he had attended the prestigious-sounding Dunchurch College of Management turned out to refer to some weekend courses at GEC Marconi’s staff college.(Wiki)
It is also claimed he is a doughty chap, determined to see things through. Well, I think he’s picked a fight with the wrong people. despite the welfare changes, despite the rise of UNUM in the UK, neither Duncan Smith nor his government have a mandate for the drastic changes they are making and wish to develop. I’m not scared to tackle this nazi shit in the name of hum,anity and compassion.