Three reasons why Labour's hands are red with the blood of the disabled and the sick.
Will Jeremy Corbyn apologise for the pogrom it unleashed while in power, culminating in yesterday's announcement that nearly 90 people a month are dying after being declared fit for work ? Corbyn has called for Iain Duncan Smith's resignation. Yet the Orwellian chain of events that led to yesterday's tragic announcement was devised and set in place by Labour. Here are three reasons why Labour's hands are stained red: 1. It was Labour that introduced the Work Capability Assessment Before the Coalition and the current Conservative government came to power seriously ill and disabled people , found fit for work under Labour were denied Employment Support Allowance (ESA) and then subsequently written off, just left to cope with greatly reduced benefits on Job Seekers Allowance and little support. (Source : Not Working . CAB Evidence on the WCA.) That is because they had all been subjected to the notorious Work Capability Assessment (WCA) which too