Queen of Sleep

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Jobcentre staff ‘sent guidelines on how to deal with claimants’ suicide threats’ | Society | The Guardian

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Jobcentre staff ‘sent guidelines on how to deal with claimants’ suicide threats’ | Society | The Guardian.

As if it wasn’t hard enough for people with un-controlled neurological conditions to fill in the forms and go for interviews already. Unfortunately, it’s always the people who really need the help who will get hurt. People with mental health issues, low literacy, mobility issues etc will end up on the street and if this continues London’s homeless figures will soar this summer, autumn and winter. And at the very same time Boris Johnson (mayor) can’t be bothered to take the union representing Transport for London seriously and start the negotiations ahead of the strike that is about to commence next week. Never have I felt the social democratic blood that runs in my veins stronger than today.

Read: Boris Johnson told to get off his backside and sort out the tube strikes London Evening Standard

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Written by Queen of Sleep

May 9, 2011 at 7:11 pm

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  1. The DWP(Staff) and the providers for the PATHWAY TO WORK Programmes dont care about PAID for clients as all they are concerned about is how mush money they are naking for doing NOTHING,Compnays like Ingeus formally known as Work Directions,,This is a disgraceful company who bully paid for clients who make complaints about thema nd DWP staff many times cover this up..

    MIKEHUNTER

    May 10, 2011 at 9:46 am


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