DWP To Terminally Ill Claimant: If You Don’t Die Within Six Months, We’ll Prosecute You

Words fail me…

Same Difference

A shocking post from The People Vs The Government, DWP And ATOS.

Linda Cox

A lady came in to see me today. She was beside herself as the DWP had treated her very badly over numerous different aspects of her claim. She had been misled and lied to, but this is the thing that’s making me want to roll some heads…

Her phone call to DWP last year….

Lady: I am calling to inform you of changes to my health; I now have cancer.
DWP: Well?
Lady: I was told to inform you of any changes to my health.
DWP: Well, are you going to die?
Lady: I’m not sure. I’ve only just been diagnosed.
DWP: Well, I can put you through on the special rules for terminal claimants, but if you don’t die within six months we will prosecute you.

She was so taken aback, she didn’t get…

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One response to “DWP To Terminally Ill Claimant: If You Don’t Die Within Six Months, We’ll Prosecute You

  1. Nothing surprises me when the DWP are ATOS are concerned.
    Both organisations actually have the audacity to call the unemployed, vulnerable, injured and sick, by the name of “customer”, rather than client, person, sir, madam or human being.
    I have never known someone in commercial life, try to threaten a customer with sanctions or even jail, if that customer does not do as they are told.
    All of these “crack-pot” ideas, come down from the top, namely that dim wit Cameron and that pasty faced Osborne, who both seem to be spending a lot of their time in warehouses these days, trying to gain votes.
    “Tories Out”.


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