A distressed DWP employee implodes

It’s not only the unemployed, the disabled and the supposedly ‘under-employed’ that Iain Smith’s DWP is terrorising. Those unfortunate enough to work for the Department of Work and Pensions are in an invidious position, and many are paying the cost of working under I(D)S and his monstrous colleagues (no less so now for the promotion of the awful Esther McVey) of being forced to treat the people they’re supposed to be helping as subhuman inconveniences.

If you haven’t already seen it, you need to read this article on the Black Triangle website:

A distressed DWP worker implodes but sends a message of solidarity.


  1. I’m sat next to a wonderful lady who helped put together a report that has forced the government into an independant review of the bedroom tax. I am very proud to do the job I do at the moment. I am in a small way trying to make life better for the Billys of this world.

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