Stephen Carre, Bipolar ESA Claimant, Died Because Of DWP ‘Fit For Work’ Decision
Mike Sivier of Vox Political reports:
Coroner Tom Osbourne blamed the death of Stephen Carré on a decision by the Department for Work and Pensions that the bipolar Employment and Support Allowance claimant, who was clinically depressed, was fit for work following a work capability assessment.
He joins Michael O’Sullivan and Julia Kelly, both of whose suicides were blamed on the result of work capability assessments by their respective coroners, as the weight of evidence mounts up against the process.
The question is, how many more are there?