Atos apologises to long-term sick wrongly assessed as fit for work

It’s not actually much of an apology, it’s a sort of standard civility saying apology for any occasion if we have got it wrong, but carried no admission of getting it wrong often. Indeed, in the same interview they deny responsibility for benefit decisions and say blame the DWP for them.”> (dead link)



origins of the Atos crisis
This is an eerie drawing of links between the far right and all the drives to reverse welfare that there have been in politics since 1976.

Since the same year as I was recruited to¬†the greedy right wing school that would abuse me with undoable work pressure, Balfour House. By its means of chasing irrational fantasies actually snuffing out any possibility of realising them. So I think the history of these links might also be particularly striking to all victims of high achiever authoritarian education and the greedy irrational gifted movement that was one of the authoritarian values backlash’s particularly extreme strands.