It may have taken almost a month and a half, but judges have agreed to let the Department for Work and Pensions appeal against the judgement that the work capability assessment discriminates against people with mental health problems.
According to the Mental Health Resistance Network the DWP was denied permission to appeal on the first attempt.
Iain Duncan Smith’s lackeys then resorted to a second route – applying directly to the Court of Appeal – and it was this court that granted permission.
A spokesperson for the Mental Health Resistance Network said: “This is not the news we wanted, but the Tories were never going to give up without a fight as they are desparate to destroy our welfare state.
“Needless to say we will be fighting back.”
Vox Political was one of many who reported, back in May, that a judicial review had ruled that the work capability assessment…
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