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Motability ‘Stopping Grants For The Least Able’

December 2, 2014

No. Same Difference agrees, ATOS Miracles. But thanks for the very useful graphic.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Jeffery Davies permalink
    December 2, 2014 10:23 am

    I noticed over the years with mb scheme that editors or the top dog toed the government’s line seeing all those who didnt agree well let go it seems mobility isnt for the poor anymore im afraid its back to our gambos and carts rtu ids has killed this jeff3

  2. December 3, 2014 3:09 am

    just hope its not our mobility allowance next. or we are in a mess for getting out at all.i rely on taxis but couldn’t afford them without my would be stuck in. reliant on whoever i could get to go fetch me whatever i cant get online.

  3. December 4, 2014 1:05 pm

    I never got any disability benefit despite medically diagnosed disabled and chronic sick. Denied state pension payout at 60 for half a decade, joining the 530,000 women since 2013, and the men losing 1 year payout, so a couple losing 7 years payout.

    ESA is taxed. The next idea coming is to tax DLA / PIP. Even though these are far below the basic tax allowance that will reach £10,500 next year.

    Trying to struggle to manhandle a mobility scooter up some cheap motor cycle ramps, create amusement for the young who watch this puffing billy with a worsening back and foot that hurts like hell.

    The Greens from their Spring Conference 2014 do not realise they have the solution to even miore austerity cuts coming from the Tories and Labour and UKIP whoever wins in 2015.

    The Greens offer in their 2015 manifesto:

    Replacing all the cruel and ever reducing or lost benefits regime, with nearly a million disabled still waiting for the daft assessments that could mean losing disability benefit in the move from DLA to PIP, with The Greens offering:

    – universal and automatic Citizen Income, non-withdrawable
    to the level of the basic tax allowance

    – Full State Pension to all citizens, irregardless of National Insurance contribution / credit history, which is most reduced or lost by benefit rule changes and early retirement in lieu of redundancy under the massive austerity job cuts, due to reach 1 million by 2018.

    The flat rate pension even does not pay someone turning 80 in 2016 the tiny top up to the even tinier basic state penson.

    Housewives, widows and divorcees and the poorest workers end up, for the first time since the state pension was invented, with NIL STATE PENSION FOR LIFE.

    As there are 11 million disabled in the UK, and 15 million people did not vote in 2010, The Greens could just be the solution that saves our lives.

    Just wish the disabled would tell The Greens to inform us all of their new and unique policies.

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