Wednesday, 17 June 2015

How many die after having their benefits stopped?

This is an important question because so much of the Tory strategy relies on the myth that benefits are being claimed by people who don't deserve them. This policy has caused untold misery and it is vital that the number of people affected be made public; how many have been wrongly assessed or subjected to unlawful delays in payment.

I urge readers of BelperStuff to visit Change.org via the following link:

Publish the statistics showing how many people have died after their benefits were stopped

Policies are proposed by governments but ultimately they are held to account by the electorate. Governments protect themselves from judgement by suppressing the release of information such as this. The Change.org page for this petition links to a very informative article in the Mirror: try this link to the Mirror article. It features the courageous Maggie Zolobajluk who created the Change.org petition.


Update on Saturday 20/06/2015


After you have signed the petition why not contact BelperStuff via the "comment" button at the bottom of the post and suggest a suitable caption for this photo of Ian Duncan Smith. BelperStuff will re-edit this post with the best submission.

From anonymous: I D S - his real name is Oswald so he should be known as O D S

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