This video from the British parliament says about itself:
19 December 2012
By Peter Corcoran in Britain:
Campaigners rally to rid Britain of Atos
Wednesday 2nd April 2014
Demonstrators target jobcentres and Atos offices
Disability and anti-cuts campaigners took to the streets yesterday in protest against hated welfare privateer Atos.
“We need to get them removed from governmental services,” Mr Lotun said, “not just in the WCA but out of PIP and out of jobcentres.”
Activists rallied in 117 towns from Brighton to Workington.
In Sheffield dozens of people marched on the Rockingham House Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) office.
Once there the group of activists – including Unite, Napo and NUM members – entered the building and chained themselves to a staircase.
Unite Community South Yorkshire organiser Mairi-Ann Lowry said: “Demos are good but not enough.
“Until they abolish work capacity assessment we will keep protesting and we will keep occupying.”
In Ealing, west London, 30 people from picketed the local jobcentre in protest at cuts to local services.
Acting Unite Community branch secretary Raj Gill said: “We feel really confident after today’s protest.”
As well as the Unite Community branch, members of the trades council, Slough TUC, RMT members, locals and Labour councillor Zahida Abbas Noori joined the protest.
“People have been put through a quite disgusting way of assessment,” Mr Gill added. “It’s degrading and discriminatory against disabled people.”
Among them is Mark Wood, a mental-illness sufferer who starved to death after he was ruled fit for work and had his benefits cut.
Tens of thousands of jobless disabled people in the north-east are being refused benefits as the coalition government continues its vicious attacks on the country’s most vulnerable unemployed workers, new figures showed yesterday. Unite research showed that last year 28,702 unemployed disabled people in the region were refused Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) — which replaced incapacity benefit — after being subjected to assessments by discredited private assessor Atos: here.