Disabled Scots have demanded that the UK Work and Pensions Secretary Ian Duncan Smith visits Scotland to explain "heartless and senseless" benefit reforms they claim have left people "on the scrapheap".
Disabled Scots have demanded that the UK Work and Pensions Secretary Ian Duncan Smith visits Scotland to explain \"heartless and senseless\" benefit reforms they claim have left people \"on the scrapheap\".
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A wheelchair-bound former vet and a double-incontinent ex-teacher with multiple sclerosis (MS) told MSPs they had been ruled fit for work following assessments by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and its private sector contractor Atos Healthcare.
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