Iain Duncan Smith’s First Re-Education Centre To Open In Streatham Jobcentre

5 Jun

the void

my-jobStreatham Jobcentre is to become the home of Iain Duncan Smith’s first Re-Education Centre where teams of gormless Jobcentre workers, psychiatrists, social workers and voluntary sector busy-bodies will team up to bully people with a mental health condition into low paid shit jobs as part of their ‘recovery’.

The South London Jobcentre already contains a Living Well Community Hub* where specialist mental health services operating alongside Jobcentre Plus staff are working together towards a common goal of improving health and well-being and helping people to get back to, or stay in, work.”  This is to be joined by a new Increased Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) team who, along with Jobcentre staff, will attempt to fix unemployed people with Cognitive Behavior Therapy and when that doesn’t work probably just stop their benefits.

With forced psychological treatment already threatened for those claiming social security, and moves to increase information…

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2 Responses to “Iain Duncan Smith’s First Re-Education Centre To Open In Streatham Jobcentre”

  1. Jeffery Davies June 6, 2015 at 6:24 am #

    Just like that summer of 41 action t4 this government goes about attacking those on benefits many now giving up isnt about
    time that the ninty nine percent who aint rich to wake up to the fact that the tories are culling the stock before you to find out
    being ill sick disabled through it you wont last long has they blitzs
    you

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