A letter a day to number 10. No 1,537 Monday 29 August 2016. Dear Mrs May, It is a sad fact that so many are misled by the idea that their disability or sickness has any relevance in the Work Capability Assessments (WCA). As the DWP recently pointed out to The Oxford Times, “decisions were […]
Tag: Work Capability Assessments
Theresa May, a country that works for everyone?
A letter a day to number 10. No 1,492 Wednesday 13 July 2016. Dear Mrs May, I am afraid I do not have any words of welcome to offer you, there would be nothing laudable or useful in such words of insincerity from me. I prefer to leave them to politicians, for many of whom […]
Endless Tory lies, treachery and betrayal!
A letter a day to number 10. No 1,340 Friday 12 February 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, Having said during PMQs in October last year that you are proud of your Infant Free School Meals provision and you would be keeping it, 3,000 of the smallest infant schools (many in rural areas) are about to have […]
The insanity of privatising the state
A letter a day to number 10. No 1,311 Sunday 10 January 2016. Dear Mr Cameron, The primary difference between state owned (nationalised) assets and privately owned companies is that state owned assets exist to serve a function, be it health provision, police and fire services, the provision of gas and electricity and so on, […]
The clear and present danger to Britain isn’t ISIS, it’s the Tories
A letter a day to number 10. No 1,266 Wednesday 25 November 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, £178 billion to be spent on military equipment over 10 years – 20 million people in Britain living in poverty today. You said in a press conference that this military spending would help keep us safe for generations to […]
The great Tory neoliberal work scam
A letter a day to number 10. No 1,014 Saturday 28 February 2015. Dear Mr Cameron, In a market that just doesn’t want or need full time workers and which exploits every trick in the book and government legislation to undermine the work force, your focus on driving people into work is worse than asinine, […]