Tag Archives: disability

Benefit Fraud part two – state control of bodies

In my previous post I took a macro view of the topic of ‘Benefit Fraud’. Today I am zooming in the lens, and taking a closer, micro view of the human experience. Who commits benefit fraud? What can we learn … Continue reading

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On the ridiculous suggestion that Stephen Hawking exists, therefore disability benifits shouldn’t

This week the┬áDaily Mail and the Telegraph both ran versions of the same story, highlighting a rant by one particular GP in the doctors magazine Pulse. This particular GP resents spending time with patients who claim sickness benefits or require … Continue reading

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