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These are just some of the people who died since the coalition took office in 2010 in DWP-related circumstances. Some Tories refer to these deaths as mere statistics. They are real people not numbers. Their names and circumstances of their death should never be forgotten or covered up as one Tory suggested. I know if I died in a DWP related death I’d want people to see me on this list too. It highlights the wrongdoing which comes right from the top with policy.
In a new revelation it has come to light that no company is brought in to quality assure DWP procedures. Esther McVey claimed that DWP procedures were quality assured but this is only something approved bodies can do such as Price Waterhouse Coopers.
Remember voting for who we had in Government from 2010-2015 will mean more deaths. You may be perfectly healthy today but some of you are just around the corner from sickness, disability or a life-changing illness. Even ex-Tory voters have come forward and admitted they voted Tory until illness struck them.
Before voting keep the people below in mind and ask yourself if you are a humane person because these deaths need not have happened.
Nick Barker – RIP
Robert Barlow – RIP
Cecilia Burns – RIP
Chris Cann – RIP
Leanne Chambers – RIP
David Clapson – RIP
David Groves – RIP
Stephen Hill – RIP
Edward Jacques – RIP
Brian McArdle – RIP
Mark Mullins – RIP & Helen Mullins – RIP
Mark’s & Helen’s photo: https://endpropaganda.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/mark_and_helen_rip.jpg?w=960
Tim Salter – RIP
Mark Scott – RIP
Karen Sherlock – RIP
Elenore Tatton – RIP
Colin Traynor – RIP
Mark Wood – RIP
Linda Wootton – RIP
Remember the DWP perform their tasks at the behest of the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions. Therefore, unless they have not followed the rules the deaths of these people cannot be considered their fault. The blame lies firmly with the Secret of State for Work and Pensions. All the people listed died in 2010 onwards when the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions was Iain Duncan Smith, a Tory Minister. Please keep this in mind along with the people above when you next vote.
Here is one attitude to the above deaths: