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作者: 468aduw7v    時間: 2013-5-30 19:11     標題: happened I felt let down by the Army

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LONDON: Degrading back-to-work welfare assessments that are stripping former soldiers of their benefits have been denounced by leading veterans charities.Thousands of ex-servicemen are being pushed to the breadline after being judged fit for work by the government-appointed company Atos.Severely wounded veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan, who were once entitled to incapacity benefits,Burberry Outlet, are being told they no longer qualify under new assessments carried out by Atos on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).Danny Greeno, chief executive of the Veterans Charity,and the central role of faith., said: It is becoming an unbearable situation. It should not be happening to people who have served their country. The people doing these assessments need to be properly qualified. Mark Dryden, 35, who lost his right arm when a roadside bomb went off in Iraq,ghd,surgery and intensive care departments., was awarded incapacity benefit in 2008 but had it withdrawn this year under the new system.He described the assessment, in which he was asked by Atos whether he was right-handed, as totally and utterly degrading. Greeno added: Many of these people are already on the breadline. The majority are suffering with post-traumatic stress disorder. All they want to do is work but they cannot. The challenges they are facing are completely different to other people who are out of work and they need a lot more support.  If I am fit for work, why can t I join the army again? said the former non-commissioned officer in the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers. When they said I had to go back to work, I had an anxiety attack, the depression sank back in. When it [the injury) happened I felt let down by the Army, not my unit or my mates, but the military and now I feel let down by the government. It is not that I am idle. I would love to work be a plumber or a joiner but I physically can t. Injured soldiers insist it makes a mockery of Prime Minster David Cameron s promise to respect and revere veterans with special treatment. People in the military don t get an easier ride than anybody else, said Michael Ivatt, of the Soldiers,Burberry Outlet Online, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association, who suggested that servicemen and women were pushing themselves through the pain barrier to complete tasks,Chanel bags, only to find it meant they were fit for work and no longer eligible for benefits.This month,Hogan sito ufficiale, Greg Wood, a former Royal Navy doctor, resigned from Atos, saying the system was unfair and skewed against the claimant. Agencies

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