Spin a Ring of Stories, A pocket full of Tories, ATOSsers! ATOSsers! We all fall down….
I guess my whole DPA and ATOS Healthcare thing has got somebody rattled, I received a letter directly from Mr David Roberts, Operations Manager (Hyde Benefit Centre) today. Interesting as he very rarely communicates the claimants or the public. OK so his letter was nothing more than standard issue waffle combined with what they are doing to respond to the
There has been a considerable amount of comments floating around concerning Clause 99, in which person being Migrated from existing benefits to that of Employment Support Allowance (ESA). Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP gives his response here http://www.theyworkforyou.com/pbc/2010-11/Welfare_Reform_Bill/22-0_2011-05-17a.6.0 concerning amendments to that clause; This is his response. I am aware that there is a degree of misunderstanding about the purpose
I have decided to give this a more permanent location so it can be referenced by others should they really choose to do so. 1. £20 Million P.A (funded from the reduced costs of the appeals process), is applied to tackle Tax fraud and avoidance which currently costs the country £70 Billion + P.A (only £0.6Million is current spent tackling
There has been a lot of talk on Facebook lately concerning the Video created by the Ministry of Justice as a Guide to making an appeal to the Social Security and Child Support Tribunal. Apparently the employment Minister the Rt Hn Chris Grayling does not want the British Public to see this video and keeps instructing the Ministry of Justice
I have not set this out as a full procedure yet as there are so many variables which required my level of stubbornness to get past. As soon as I have the real outline of a process I will post all of it. The last thing I want to do is to get peeps sanctioned for non compliance. However there
my Email to Ed Milibands online team and the political ultimatum: Over recent months I have become more and more concerned that the Labour party’s unwillingness to come out in direct challenge of the way the WCA has been implemented by the coalition. As a long term disabled person, who is currently studying BSc (Hons) IT and Computing with the
Over recent years we have heard many stories about Members of Parliament claiming expenses for unusual things. However the case I will be talking about here has to be one of the more unusual uses of Parliamentary funds that I have come across. Given the recent rhetoric coming from Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith MP (IDS), concerning alleged fraud by