Healthcare benefits under attack again

Cold-hearted policies and actions of government toward its own people is no surprise to my regular readers. And neither will there be any shock at my continued opposition to such disgusting activities. Unfortunately, this is not limited to one country. The current Conservative-led government in the UK has a despicable record in relation to vulnerable … Continue reading Healthcare benefits under attack again

Crabb set to unveil new plans for disability benefits

Work and Pensions Secretary Stephen Crabb addresses the House of Commons. Prime Minister David Cameron is watching on. Stephen Crabb, who was appointed as the UK’s new Work and Pensions Secretary after the resignation of Ian Duncan Smith, is to make a House of Commons speech next Tuesday, April 12. He is expected to set … Continue reading Crabb set to unveil new plans for disability benefits

‘No further plans’ does NOT mean ‘no further cuts’

Isn’t it wonderful? The UK’s new Work and Pensions Secretary, Stephen Crabb, stood up in parliament and said that the government will not be going ahead with changes to the Personal Independence Payment (PIP). So, that’s all right then. We can all relax, campaigns can stop. The government has seen the error of its ways. … Continue reading ‘No further plans’ does NOT mean ‘no further cuts’