Leonard Andrews, 64, has to work without legs
Is it just me or does this sound like a Monty Python sketch?
Leonard Andrews, 64, of Tamarisk Way, Slough, lost both his legs due to a car accident some decades ago. Despite this, the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) declared him to be fit to work, as he can still move his arms.
Mr Andrews said: “I got a letter saying my ESA application had been unsuccessful, and the reasoning was I could raise both my arms. That was it.
“They said I could appeal, but it’s not like one of my arms will suddenly stop working.”
Mr Andrews lost the use of his right leg after it was smashed in a car accident in 1982. After the accident, he was fitted with an…
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