80% of January to March ESA claimants still waiting – Benefits and Work

ESA statistics released by the DWP today show that only 20% of people who claimed employment and support allowance (ESA) in January to March of this year have had an assessment. The figures also show a continuing rise in the proportion of claimants found incapable of work and the percentage placed in the support group, according to Benefits and Work.

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2 thoughts on “80% of January to March ESA claimants still waiting – Benefits and Work

  1. Mr.Angry

    Never witnessed such a disaster waiting to fail, the cost of such and the suffering and deaths caused by one man’s delusions is beyond one’s comprehension and yet it continues.

    It is vital that some main media group break ranks and tell the rest of the country and those unaffected just how disastrous this is.

    What I could have done in my earlier years with all the money washed down the drain by this lot, I could have built an empire, supported entrepreneurs to build multiple businesses creating jobs and wealth for the economy. Too much for the towel folder to understand such basics; let’s hope and pray they will be gone soon – to eternity.

    We should all be grateful for Mike’s VP for at least getting these issues out to his followers. At least some of us have the opportunity of passing on the truth of what is happening.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      I wish I had more followers to pass it on; Vox Political is considered to be very popular indeed – in blog terms, but in mass media terms it is still easily ignored.

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