Monday 16 July 2012

Remploy Collection Sheet

Workers at Remploy are taking strike action on 19th and 26th July against the ConDem’s decision to close 27 of the 54
remaining Remploy factories.
The overwhelming majority of Remploy workers
are disabled and they not only face the dole, but vicious cuts to disability benefits and being forced onto the Tories unpaid workfare
schemes.
Work and Pensions minister Iain Duncan Smith says that they must get jobs in mainstream employment. But there are already 2.6
million unemployed with many being forced to work for free or lose their benefits. Remploy was created 66 years ago as part of the welfare
state that this government is trying to destroy.

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  1. sheila holmes said:

    All politicains are a disgrace. Attacking vulnerable people, is tantamount to sheer bullying. They encourage ordinary people to turn on the unemployed, calling them scum. the majority of people on unenploymenr benefits are there because they have been made redundant by past and today’s government. Who, encourage benefits staff to treat them like the lowest of the low. Knowing that they can’t fight back. The whole of this country is run by bully’s.

    11 April 2013 at 10:59am

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