I agree the Government have not ‘forgotten’ about any disabled people because they do not care and disability is outside their perception.
The Government view disability as a problem that they do not wish to consider and decry disabled people for not fitting in with the Government ‘norm’.
The Government see disability as a drain the the UK resources and would really wish that disabled people did not exist and they are going out of their way to put barriers up to ensure disabled people do not exist, or exist with much difficulty.
This can be seen to their whole approach to ‘welfare benefits’ and Social Care, where both have seen reductions on the financial benefits to disabled people and others who are disabled.
The UK needs to get behind supporting disabled people, but with the attitude of this Government and some in the media of classing disabled people and others who are vulnerable as ‘scroungers’ and some members of the public use this to decry disabled people and others who are vulnerable and believe that if the Government and media put this forward then it must be true and reinforces their own views.
The Government needs to be there for everyone and not just certain sections of the UK.
’ A DWP spokesman said: ‘Our sympathies are with Mr Graham’s family. It would be inappropriate to comment further at this time.’
This is B—s, for do the DWP and the Government really care, for if they do then this institutional murder would have been stopped years ago.
This is Government policy, for eventually they wish for all benefit claimants to die and they are doing all they can to expedite the process.
What is wrong with the DWP or more correctly what is wrong with the DWP Benefit assessors, for they appear to go out of their way to humiliate certain claimants.
A qualified doctor certified that a 35-year-old benefit claimant was unfit for work due to their mental health issues, but a DWP assessor found the opposite and also asked extremely humiliating questions.
How can this be deemed to be right?
This form of assessing needs to be stopped immediately.
It is in fact a form of abuse to a vulnerable person, which is against the Care Act 2014 or is the DWP excluding from such legislation?
Rudd is totally wrong when people are struggling they need to have reassurance to continue and zero hours contracts nowhere near provide reassurance. Instead of encouraging people to take on Zero Hours contracts the Tories should be actively working to outlaw Zero Hours contracts.
They provide the choice between life and death and they favour death for the Tories want all benefit claimants to die, a sure way to reduce the benefits bill.