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Saturday, April 5, 2014

The DWP Jackboot

The DWP ministers have never expressed remorse for the welfare deaths and suicides of disabled people, and Esther McVey, who spewed venom at the disabled last Easter, should demonstrate contrition and be the first to condemn the brutal physical attack on Andrew Thorton, a mild-mannered young man with cerebral palsy and learning difficulties.

Yet she and her fellow DWP ministers remain silent, putting the Department's jackboot on our faces. The imprint of disability hate is ugly.

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