Sanctioned for being a minute late, threat of sanction for being two minutes late. todays demo.
Today we had been hoping for warmer weather. Although the rain had stopped and the sun was lurking behind the clouds it was still freezing cold. I can’t wait for the warmer weather to arrive.
On the way to the demo I was stopped by a lovely couple that we have been helping. They didn’t need any help today, but they just wanted to say hello. That was really lovely of them to do this.
As I arrived at the Jobcentre, I noticed that several people had been waiting for us to arrive. They were waiting for their food parcels. Sadly we never received any food parcels this week, so a member of the team went to the shop next door and bought some basics. We should hopefully have some food parcels next…
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We’ve just spotted this post on Facebook. It was written by a parent carer who we’re keeping anonymous, so we are deliberately not linking back to the original post. This is how the PIP assessment process is affecting parent carers, as well as claimants.
actually been feeling suicidal today(wishing me and my two autistic sons could go to sleep and never wake up ) today after results of my 19 year old sons PIP assessment came through … they have taken away his mobility component completely … did someone forget to tell me they had cured his autism… the patronising statement at the end has just broken my heart … tired of always having to fight for my sons rights …they are age 19 and 10
Kevin French poses as a nude life model to explain more about his disability.