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Tuesday, 9 September 2014

KUWG at Atos Neasden, Thursday 4 September — a photographic record

Going nowhere fast?
Members of Kilburn Unemployed Workers Group demonstrated outside Atos Neasden — which shares premises with Neasden Jobcentre — last Thursday and engaged with members of the public.

Here are a few of the photos of the event, with a little image editing doctoring.

"Give me your poor, your huddled masses, yearning to breathe free... I lift my lamp beside the Golden Door."

"Give me your poor, your huddled masses, yearning to breathe free...
 For many disabled and seriously ill benefit claimants, being declared unfit for work and unfit for 'work-related-activity' is a liberation rather than an incarceration. People in the Employment & Support Allowance 'Support Group' do not have to face the threat of sanctions for failing to comply with conditionality that they have been trapped into agreeing with.

Meanwhile, the corporate and complicit ethoses of the Department for Work & Pensions and the Atos company that assesses people's fitness for work and work-related activity are at odds with words attributed to the Statue of Liberty.

If ever you require our assistance....

KUWG activists engaging with passers-by
 Engaging with passers by is one of the most important things KUWG members do.

"Of all the L holes in all the world ..."

"Be the envy of all your mates... Join Atos at Chancel House."
Here is a sneaked photo of the scene of many corporate crimes.

Present tension? Future uncertain? Stick together — or disintegrate

Stick together — or disintegrate!
Together we're stronger and get more knowledgeable, even at the times when it feels as if the ground beneath us will part and swallow us up as we are called for yet another assessment by Atos in an awful game of Atos Roulette. And our motto is 'Never attend anywhere official alone'.

Bent bike wheel attends Atos accompanied by fully-functioning bike wheel and supporting documentation

Make sure you have supporting documentation with you at all your trials
A person accompanying you to Atos is essential, and can provide personal testimony to support you at a later tribunal if necessary.

More to follow shortly....

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