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Posted 28 March 2014 - 10:39 PM

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Posted 29 March 2014 - 10:16 PM

While the exit of ATOS will be welcomed by many, I ask, what difference will it make to have a new provider take over, when the work capability test in question is not also challenged and dumped? This is just another trick to play to the public, to deceive and mislead, them to believe, that things will get better with changing the private, outsourced provider. I doubt that the replacement to come in next year will do much good either.

From the UK government's point of view, nothing will change regarding the tests and the rest of the regime. Maybe the government needs to be attacked, which of course it is by certain disability advocacy groups. Where is the UK Labour Party standing on this? They are not promising either, aren't they?

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Posted 11 June 2014 - 02:35 PM

Yeah, same crap, different provided assessor, again same crap delivered, just a different day...... Government/s lead and Government/s enforced system.

You see it on the Futuristic films... The sick, disabled, infirm, elderly, impoverished, needy, starving, homeless, some turning criminal, some turning or turned to crime, drugs and alcohol and through the brillian Governing bodies forced to live in sewers, and abandoned sites etc, away from the main stream of normal living. Funny how close to the truth it all is.. and it's getting worse every year....

Hohumm, deary me, life and it's times roll on... all obviously 'Predictable' of course.....
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Posted 11 June 2014 - 05:04 PM

again...

unless your specialist agrees you are able to perform these tests..

then you do NOT have to place yourself at risk of reinjury
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