03/02/2013 by AndreaUrbanFox
Another blog highlighting the horrors being inflicted on the vulnerable by the current government.
The BBC appears to have woken up and realised what people on the ground have been saying for more than a year: Government welfare policy is to starve the disabled while the companies they pay to judge them get fat on undeserved profits.
Tonight’s Panorama (BBC1, 8.30pm) “reveals the private companies who are getting rich from the new reforms despite only being able to get a small fraction of disabled people back to work”. Great! About time. I hope it does a good job.
The wording of the promotional page on the BBC website worries me, though. It starts: “Only half of all people with a disability are in work.” To me, that suggests a judgement – that the rest of the disabled are somehow shirking a responsibility to get into work.
The next sentence compounds my fear: “Panorama investigates if one of the government’s most ambitious welfare reforms, costing…
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