Unfairly knocked of ESA Sickness Benefit?…….

Another voice from the ‘Feckless’ Society battling with the DWP – As many of my blog followers will know I am in battle with the DWP that battle is going well and I have no doubts at all that I will triumph, but let me explain what lead to where I am now and more importantly the DWP’s maladministration and my MP’s uncaring stance.

Diary of an SAH Stroke Survivor

……. I’d say so allow me to explain.

As many of my blog followers will know I am in battle with the DWP that battle is going well and I have no doubts at all that I will triumph, but let me explain what lead to where I am now and more importantly the DWP’s maladministration and my MP’s uncaring stance.

I was on Incapacity Benefit (IB) for reasons well explained elsewhere in my blog and thus was migrated from this benefit to Employment Support Allowance (ESA). I was quiet happy with IB even if it was only a little shy of £100 a week because with my Disability Living Allowance and my wife’s part-time earnings we had enough to get by and lived a life with a modicum of decency with no threat of sanction or 365 day rule.

This migration set the ball rolling for an utter balls…

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Surveillance: ten ways to fight back!

Paul Bernals Blog gives us all 10 Great Reason to join The Day We Fight Back”

Today, 11th February 2014, is ‘The Day We Fight Back” – a day of campaigning against mass surveillance. It’s a day where campaigners are trying to raise awareness of the issue – and begin fighting against it. The big question is how can we fight back – what can we actually do. It often seems as though privacy is dead, and that there’s nothing we can do about it. I don’t think so – there are lots of things we can do, lots of things we must do. Here are just ten….

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Today, 11th February 2014, is ‘The Day We Fight Back” – a day of campaigning against mass surveillance. It’s a day where campaigners are trying to raise awareness of the issue – and begin fighting against it. The big question is how can we fight back – what can we actually do. It often seems as though privacy is dead, and that there’s nothing we can do about it. I don’t think so – there are lots of things we can do, lots of things we must do. Here are just ten….

1     Support The Day We Fight Back

One of the most important things in the whole fight is to raise awareness – and to take advantage of opportunities to spread the message that surveillance is a big issue. Days like The Day We Fight Back help to do that. Check out the website here

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