Far be it from me –

DWP workers please read. 

on March 10, 2016

The poor side of life

We’ve been working on this for a while now, this things aren’t quick to publicise because we have to ensure the legalities are correct.

For too long now DWP workers have been wrongfully implementing rules that aren’t set in stone, nor does the DWP care much for honesty, compassion and common sense. So we’ve outlined the rules, knowingly ignoring these could well end up with possible court action, with the DWP worker being taken to court. Before everyone starts laughing folk have had enough of being treated like rubbish, discriminated against. So take heed, read and learn.

Also for any DWP workers out there that want to do the right thing and feel unable to, this will empower you to be able to treat claimants fairly.

Please note we don’t sit around doing nothing. We work hard challenging and trying to end the barbaric sanctioning regime.

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