This video from Britain says about itself:
Thousands Of Disabled People Killed By Barbaric Tory Austerity
28 February 2017
The Tories are going ahead with their latest barbaric spree of austerity/spending cuts — chopping billions off of benefits paid to the most vulnerable in society.
Thousands of disabled people have already died shortly after being found fit for work by the DWP — hundreds have committed suicide because of the DWP.
With this latest round of spending cuts looming we look at some of the Tories’ previous disabled victims. The innocent people who they lead to death cruelly and coldly. The names and lives of these people should never be forgotten, we must never forget that THIS IS WHAT OUR GOVERNMENT IS DOING TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS COUNTRY.
TEACHERS are being pushed to the brink of suicide by work pressures, NASUWT said yesterday: here.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Terrible Tories: A recent timeline
Wednesday 19th April 2017
May: Win general election with a tiny majority
May: A further £12 billion a year welfare cuts announced
July: Cap on social care costs in England will be £72,000 by 2020
March: State pension age for both men and women raised to 66 by 2020
April: Wage limit earned in a job while claiming universal credit reduced
April: Foodbank use rises to more than a million
June: Britain votes to leave the EU, prompting David Cameron to resign
July: Theresa May becomes prime minister
October: Home Secretary Amber Rudd reveals plans to force firms to compile lists of foreign workers
November: Plans for all NHS patients to show their passport before they receive healthcare
November: Corporation tax to be reduced from 20 per cent to 17 per cent by 2020
Government statistics showed that 4,134 people slept rough on any one night across England, over double the number in 2010
January: May holds hands with US President Donald Trump following his offensive remarks about women
March: Cut housing benefit for jobless 18 to 21-year-olds
March: Vote down plan to rescue more child refugees after axing of Dubs amendment
April: New claimants of ESA who have disabilities or long-term illnesses get £30-a-week cut
April: Families with more than two children will not be eligible for further tax credits for subsequent children born after April, rape victims have to prove they were raped
April: King of Saudi Arabia awards Ms May the Order of King Abdulaziz, an honour which recognises those who have given meritorious service to the kingdom
May: Britain enters its 10th year without a pay rise
At least no pay rise for workers; contrary to CEO fat cats.
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