Last Updated: September 25, 2012By

I seem to recall that people with terminal cancer, who took the Coalition/Atos work capability assessment, were told they were fit for work. I’m wondering if this sale of cancer research to the private sector is an attempt to justify those decisions retrospectively. Sort of: “We’ll get our buddies in private enterprise to rubber-stamp it and then we’ll be off the hook!” Of course, Interserve is likely to make millions out of this as cancer affects one in three of us. Perhaps it’s time to look up the list of MPs’ interests and find out who has shares?

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