Brexit Britain: where dead disabled people are less important than the ‘A50’ petition

Mr Topple

Brexit chaos has continued unabated this week with a petition to revoke Article 50 (A50) getting over 3.3 million signatures at the time of writing.

Good for the “FBPE” crowd. Because while they obsess over the EU, there’s another petition out there. It’s calling for an inquiry into the deaths of disabled on the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) watch. Sadly it has only got around 0.2% of the signatures of A50 one. Perhaps a damning testament to how ludicrous the UK political arena has become.

So, we’re in a mess with Brexit. I won’t furnish you with an update. Because by the time I hit “publish” on this article the situation will probably have changed. But in the midst of all this chaos another petition is doing the rounds. It’s one that I think is far more important than the other, liberal wet dream.

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