When will this ridiculous system stop for Capita, in this instance, but also Atos are not fit for purpose. Time and time again these companies and DWP are shown to be stupid, cruel, not caring and down right evil, but still the system goes on.
Where is the justice for the claimants, how many more unjust sanctions are going to be given before the authorities call a stop.
Unfortunately never as this is just what the DWP want to occur for they will not be happy until every claimant is deceased, for this is what these sanctions are therefore.
Where is the Law and Order, Oh, it is the Government of the day, so therefore there is no authority to correct these wrong, except by appealing..
It is clear that savings was not the agenda for any of these benefit systems be they ESA, PIP or UC, as the costs have multiplied due to the extra work, time and expense of the appeals.
If savings had been the reason for these benefits, every effort to ensure mistakes were not being made and that every claimant was dealt with correctly.
It is not just the sanctions, but who cannot trust many of the assessors to assess the claimants correctly for they have falsified many assessment reports, by reversing what had been said, making up areas of the assessment reports, the list is endless.
The Government are going out of their way to stop people receiving justified benefits and ignoring all that is going wrong with everyone of the assessment companies.
If it was not for legal system which ;luckily is, in most respects, independent of the Government, or is not influenced by them, then hardly anyone would be receiving welfare benefits.
But this is not the only area of Government actions that are wrong for there is austerity, the cuts are hurting the most vulnerable within the UK and it is clear for everyone to see.
The Government is getting away with ‘Murder’ and they should be brought to book for their incessant killing of vulnerable people.
Put the Government in prison and throw away the key.
Michelle Moloney, 40, who suffers from bipolar disorder type 2 and severe anxiety, was left unable to buy groceries after it was wrongly claimed she failed to attend an assessment. In reality it was the assessor who failed to carry out the home-based assessment.
Even though it was the assessor’s fault this didn’t stop the DWP cutting off Michelle’s lifeline. DWP’s letter stated “..we don’t think you’ve given us a good reason for this“.
Michelle complained directly to Capita who were meant to carry out the assessment on behalf of the DWP. Capita still failed to put things right until being contacted by The Independent.
DWP cut disability allowance because assessor failed to turn up