Please try to check, what’s so hard about that?

Poppy's Place

No wonder people in this country believe disabled people are inherently scroungers, receiving money for nothing, when we are greeted by headlines in national newspapers and on the TV, like the ones I have seen today, saying that our welfare benefits are to be cut by £160 per week in next week’s Budget. Benefits that we receive for being sick and disabled. Benefits that are supposed to help put us on a level playing field with our non-disabled fellow citizens. Benefits that we ourselves, or our families, have contributed to by way of taxes and NI contributions.  No wonder we are being vilified and thought of as living a pampered life of luxury when we’re not. No wonder we get shouted at and abused in shops and on the streets by people who are also struggling in the gloom of austerity. No wonder when misinformation such as that I have…

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One Response to Please try to check, what’s so hard about that?

  1. jaynel62 says:

    As I posted on Poppy’s Place –
    I would surmise ‘They’ have then added on £109.30, the MAXIMUM anyone gets for ESA therefore suggesting every disabled person receives £249.05 per week?

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