Was Mark Wood the last stumbling-block for Atos?

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Everybody should know by now that British citizen Mark Wood starved to death four months after a medical assessment by Atos found him fit for work, even though it was only reported widely yesterday.

The ruling on the 44-year-old was made against the advice of his GP and in the knowledge that Mr Wood – who lived in David Cameron’s Witney constituency – had mental health conditions including phobias of food and social situations. He weighed just 5st 8lbs when he died in August last year.

His GP, Nicolas Ward, told an inquest into Mr Wood’s death: “Something pushed him or affected him in the time before he died and the only thing I can put my finger on is the pressure he felt he was under when his benefits were removed.”

In a normal society operating under the rule of law, that should be enough to trigger a halt…

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1 Response to Was Mark Wood the last stumbling-block for Atos?

  1. Pingback: Disabled Mark Wood starved to death after benefits cut when Atos declared him fit for work – Mirror Online « Dr Alf's Blog

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