‘No one should die penniless and alone’: the victims of Britain’s harsh welfare sanctions

By Amelia Gentleman published by The Guardian:

David Clapson was found dead last year after his benefits were stopped on the grounds that he wasn’t taking the search for work seriously. He had an empty stomach, and just £3.44 to his name. Now thousands of other claimants are being left in similarly dire straits by tough new welfare sanctions

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