ATOS and DWP kill again

Posted: November 19, 2014 in Uncategorized

Yet another senseless death at the hands of Iain Duncan Smith and the DWP – when is this going to stop? Enough is enough in this blatant attack on the poor and disabled!

Tim's Thoughts

DWP like to stop peoples money for no reason. There have been many cases of this nature in the past, many brought up in the house of commons and political debates. In one example someone had epilepsy and the DWP stopped their benefits. The claimant then got really ill and died due to stress which triggered an epileptic fit, only to have the DWP call his parents a week later and say sorry they had made a mistake and he was entitled to benefits. Ouch.

There are 1000’s of other examples I could use. These are not isolated incidents.

So yesterday…

Thirty Year old Iain Hodge commited suicide at a flat he had recently moved into with his fiance Viki who discovered his body early in the morning. The couple from East Kilbride had saved money aside to ‘ do up the flat’ once they moved in, but Iain had…

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  1. I think it’s worse than we realise, these cut’s, inflation bedroom tax isn’t the only cause of death.
    A friend of mine who is in very poor health herself. Her Mother was in an old peoples home suffering with Alzheimer’s, she was in a old peoples home paid for by social services as she needed specialist help ? They sent her a letter saying that they could no longer afford to keep her mum in the home. She put the letter away safe and struggled with life. Then, the home phoned her to say her mum wasn’t too well, buy the time she got there her mum was dying but couldn’t get much sense out of the staff they just kept saying it was the illness, there was no point in taking her to hospital as there was nothing they could do as she’d got worse in a short space of time. She’d stopped eating and wouldn’t eat , so she died of starvation !!!! Or was aloud to die as it would save the state money. This is what it’s about old and infirm are too costly and are aloud to die,

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