‘Gaslighting’ and Private Eye on February 2013 on Further Restrictions to Disabled Claimants by Atos

“After the DWP made the conditions for passing the Work Capability Assessment even more severe and restrictive, Atos/OH Assist found themselves even more unpopular than they were already. They are thus trying to salvage some kind of positive image from the public by trying to get out of their contract.” That seems about right.
Strong article from Beastrabban, following up my blog from yesterday about OH Assist’s attempt to bully sites criticising the company off of the Internet.

4 thoughts on “‘Gaslighting’ and Private Eye on February 2013 on Further Restrictions to Disabled Claimants by Atos

  1. Terry Cfc Poole

    atos should never have got the contract anyway……..the reforms are a scandal, and need to be scrapped…….MORE PEOPLE WILL SUFFER, AND DIE, IF IAIN DUNCAN SMITH IS ALLOWED TO CARRY ON WITH HIS ETHNIC CLEANSING OF GREAT BRITAIN.

  2. Joseph Smith

    I suspect Atos has no intention of giving up this contract, in my opinion it’s a ruse to effect action against protesters via a sympathetic colalition government, giving the government the excuse it needs to invent more laws further restricting freedom of speech, protest gatherings, web pages, etc etc.

    1. Thomas M

      Even if there is some truth in what Atos says-it brought it on itself by forcing disabled people into slavery for what should be theirs by right, or homelessness and starvation.

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