the original clue that all is not well – unum insurance and the DWP/atos…

the original clue that all is not well – unum insurance and the DWP/atos…
quote form a page on facebook regarding the figures:
How did we calculate 73.33 persons have died2,200 people die while in the system and being processes with appeals and rejections died during the last 11 months and 1,100 over the last 11 months who were put in the work group instead of the support. 5,700 die while in the support group and that is expected, but the other 2,200 + 1,100 = 3,300 died because they were either not assessed or incorrectly assessed and so over 11 months that is about 45 weeks. Take 3300/45 = 73.33.

so 73.33 persons on average die per week based on the FOI information from the DWP which covered January to November of 2011

so it would mean not only are 1,100 are incorrectly accessed but it is probable that a high number of people were not even assessed for the work group because if 1,100 people die while being in the work group it shows that if they are incorrectly assessed then how many people who were fit were also rejected or incorrectly assessed ! It raises important questions

details of the report from the DWP:
one of my blogs with links to two tv programmes about atos:
my full expereience with atos so far:
list of some of the people who have died so far:
mirror paper from april:
a big clue as to howit all works:
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