This video from Wales says about itself:
Blind man Tony Harris told he is fit for work
3 January 2013
As the UK government continues to reform the welfare system, a 52-year-old man registered blind since he was 16 has been telling BBC Wales how he has lost benefits after being assessed as being fit for work.
He says he was shocked to be told by letter in December that he was fit for work and not eligible for the allowance.
Mr Harris says he can barely see and can hardly use his hands due to rheumatoid arthritis.
He told BBC Wales political reporter Mark Hannaby he has lost £38 a week and is worried about going into debt and losing his home.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Man dies weeks after being found fit to work by DWP
Thursday 8th October 2015
Ricky Neacey, who had chronic liver failure, was forced to fight the decision to axe his jobseeker’s allowance.
But the north-west Londoner died three weeks later, the Brent and Kilburn Times reported.
His brother Mark told the local newspaper: “It’s shameful that they treat a person — especially someone as sick, ailing and depressed as my brother — like this.”
To make matters worse, Brent Council stripped Mr Neacey of his housing benefit after learning of the DWP decision.
The council is now conducting a review into the support they offered him.