Triton Square, London. Wed 19 Feb 2014
Many others have died shortly after being told by ATOS they were fit for work
The tests ATOS use are flawed, but they have also set strict targets that forve assessors to find
many more people fit for work than there really are - or lose their own jobs
People are not assessed on their actual medical conditions, but on the answers the assessors think they merit on certain tests
Often these answers have been inferred from trick questions or incorrect assumptions
and many disabled people have been 'tricked' out of benefits that they deserve and need.
The poster 'Ian Duncan Smith Stole My Beneftis' reflects these corrupt practices, showing him as as devil & as Hitler
But as Paula Peters says in her placard 'We are not Law-Breakers, We Are Law-Makers'. Disabled people want
just laws that are properly adminstered, with tests of capability to work based on proper medical assessment
peferably by those who know most about the medical conditions of the individual concerned
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