Clifton Quinn on his mobility scooter outside his home in St Bede’s Crescent, Cambridge [Image: Warren Gunn].

A Cambridge man with crippling osteoporosis says the Government is taking away his mobility scooter.

Former delivery-driver Clifton Quinn, 57, claims he has been deemed ineligible for the vehicle after he underwent a Personal Independence Payment (PIP) assessment on January 12.

Clifton, who is registered disabled and relies on a full-time carer, suffers from severe osteoporosis, spinal degeneration and pancreatic problems which severely inhibit his mobility.

Source: I’ll be housebound if benefits agents take my mobility scooter – Cambridge News

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