Liam Dwyer, who has Motor Neurone Disease, explains how the Tory government is harassing him.

Nearly two years after This Writer proved that people with serious illnesses and disabilities were dying because the government was claiming they were fit for work, BBC South East Today put this on Facebook:

A terminally ill man has been forced to fill out a lengthy form to prove his disability – even though the authorities have been aware of his illness for the last 12 years.

Posted by BBC South East Today on Thursday, July 20, 2017

MND (Motor Neurone Disease) disrupts the signals to all voluntary muscles and is, ultimately, fatal. Liam Dwyer has been living with the condition for 12 years.

The Department for Work and Pensions has known about his condition ever since he contracted it – but is still sending him threatening letters demanding that he must prove he is ill.

Have a good look at the video, above. What do you think?

The visual and historical evidence probably won’t be enough for the DWP, though. It contracts its assessment process out to private companies that use people with no expertise in the relevant conditions, and gives their amateur opinions more weight than the professionally-qualified assessments of a claimant’s doctor when considering claims.

That is how the Conservatives manage to push so many people off benefits.

Claimants who have lost their benefit income are then left to die – of suicide, starvation, or the worsening of their condition – over varying periods of time. As long as they don’t pass away within two weeks of the decision to cut them off, their death is not recorded as being anything to do with the DWP.

Oh, and the whole process doesn’t even save the government any money. It costs more to run this privatised assessment procedure, and the associated appeal processes, than is saved by cutting off people’s benefits.

Have I missed anything? I’m sure I have; so much information has become known since I first started writing about this.

But all of the above is well known.

The Conservatives never said a word about it during the election campaign, which means they are quite happy for this (fake) chequebook euthanasia to continue.

And that means everybody who voted for the Conservatives was actively supporting this homicidal programme.

So, if you have a long-term sickness or disability, and you know somebody who voted Conservative, why not ask them why they want you to die?

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