The increasing death toll due to the loss of benefits

I used to think the UK was a more civilized place than the USA but apparently I was wrong. It seems they’re still operating under the “are there no workhouses? Are there no prisons?” system of capitalism.

Telling it as it is

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I am temporarily holding and updating Black Triangle’s list of people who have been affected by this governments policy of cuts and sanctions:

Please read more about their ethos here: http://blacktrianglecampaign.org/about/

14 Sep 2015 — The Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) published guidance to Jobcentre officials who decide whether claimants should have their payments stopped.

The guidance says: “It would be usual for a normal healthy adult to suffer some deterioration in their health if they were without:
1. essential items such as food, clothing, heating and accommodation, or
2. sufficient money to buy essential items for a period of two weeks.”

“The Decision Maker must decided if the health of the person with the medical condition would decline more than a normal healthy adult.”

I have compiled a list of the deceased and those who have been adversely affected using the information from these sites  http://twishort.com/0x9gchttp://blacktrianglecampaign.org/…/uk-welfare-reform…/https://welfaretales.wordpress.com/…/death-after-fit…/

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