The barbarity of Cameron and Duncan Smith, a threat to life and limb

Fear and Loathing in Great Britain

30_january_2016A letter a day to number 10. No 1,331

Saturday 30 January 2016.

Dear Mr Cameron,

I don’t know how much tax payers money Iain Duncan Smith will waste to appeal the court decision that found charging the bedroom tax on rooms that disabled children need for storage and somewhere for carers to sleep and for safe rooms for victims of domestic violence and abuse was discriminatory and illegal, but pursuing this travesty of justice is an appalling display of the most heartless brutality.

The two appeal cases were heard together by the appeal court. The Rutherford family have a profoundly disabled son who cannot walk, talk or feed himself and who, without their constant support, would have no hope of survival. If any child fits the criteria that you assured parliament on three occasions in 2013 would be exempt from the bedroom tax, it is Warren Rutherford. These were…

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1 Response to The barbarity of Cameron and Duncan Smith, a threat to life and limb

  1. mili68 says:

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    Reblogged on disabledsingleparent

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