This shows, if further evidence was required, what the DWP is like and if they do this to ,one of their own, then what can be said for the rest of us.
This just shows that what has been occurring over the last few years is no mistake, it is the total agenda of the DWP.
What can they do,
- well if it was up to me the DWP manager Bev Lovatt would be severely reprimanded with a view to a capability assessment being undertaken
the whole practices of the DWP would be minutely investigated by an independent non-government source
the Government needs to suspend all assessments and new claimants processed on the previous benefit processes
sanctions to be immediately removed and no further sanctions implemented
Atos and Capita to have their contracts suspended and their methods of engagement investigated
any claimants being in the process of being transferred to ESA, PIP or UC to have their processes suspended and immediately re-instated to their previous benefits
awards of compensation to claimants for their suffering and any other problems or to their families where the claimants are now deceased to be implemented
Only then will there be justice for all the claimants and their families for the problems caused by the inhuman policies of the DWP.
A disabled DWP employee has won a £26,000 payout after his bosses called him a “whinger” and gave him a warning after he ‘nearly died’ at work.
An employment tribunal awarded compensation after finding Barrie Caulcutt had been treated unfairly by his bosses at the Department for Work and Pensions.
The 55-year-old, of Caernarfon, North Wales, cried at the hearing, saying his life and health were ruined by bosses who said he didn’t deserve to be treated nicely.
The father-of-two, who suffers from anxiety, chronic asthma and eczema, had to be rushed to hospital after he suffered an asthma attack at work, the Daily Post reports.
He said felt “relieved and pleased” after the tribunal unanimously found the DWP had discriminated against him by failing to make reasonable adjustments for his disability.
Mr Caulcutt had worked for the DWP for 35 years with an “exemplary” attendance record.
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