DWP Urged To Publish Inquiries On Benefit Claimant Suicides

I wouldnt be surprised if the Tory twats placed a D Notice on all of these deaths for 50 years or so.
With 10,600 dead within 6 weeks of a WCA in only 10 months in 2011, and God only knows how many since, these unfortunate deaths could bring charges against Cameron & IDS et al if they were public knowledge.


This article  was written by Karen McVeigh, for The Guardian on Sunday 14th December 2014

The Department for Work and Pensions has been urged by mental health and disability charities to publish its secret investigations into suicides that may have some link to benefit changes, following revelations that it has carried out internal reviews into 60 such cases.

A Freedom of Information request by the Disability News Service has revealed that the DWP has carried out “60 peer reviews following the death of a customer” since February 2012. A peer review is triggered when suicide or alleged suicide is “associated with a DWP activity”, according to its internal guidance.

Despite growing concern over the way benefits are administered in relation to vulnerable individuals, and amid a number of reports of related deaths, the department told the Guardian it had no plans to publish the reviews.


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