They're vastly different across counties, and, frankly, whether or not you get an English-as-a-first-language HCP can have an impact, plus if you've gone in with a professional representative or not. In some cases, they've said that if you can actually get to the centre, you're fit for work, which seems an almost sadistic catch-22.
'Minister for Manslaughter' does have a good zing to it, and of course, he's a practising Christian, just like Hitchens
Over the last few months, from what I'm hearing as a disability charity trustee, it's getting harder and harder to get AtoSS officers to come out for home visits, which previously would indicate a high degree of dependency by default. They even have a list of conditions that should preclude the sufferers from being called in, but this is being breached.
It really does need to be investigated into whether their people get financial incentives for shutting claims down. If the 'market is being rigged', so to speak, then clearly, just like Diamond, the top man needs be off.