In an anonymous and compelling report, The People’s Review of the Work Capability Assessment, published on the website We are Spartacus, which promotes disabled people’s views on welfare reform, the harrowing tales of those who have undergone or experienced the work capability assessment are revealed.{jcomments on}

In accounts of tragedy, suicide, despair, hardship, degradation, injustice and inhumanity, the report contains accounts of individuals’ experiences, MP’s concerns and charitable organisations’ criticisms of a system that is clearly still failing the most vulnerable and sick.

In a sincere opening statement, the author sets the scene for a moving 72 page document that includes, with little editorial interference, the true life experiences of those brave enough and strong enough to present their story in the public domain.

Read the full report here



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