Fury as Tory welfare police order kidney dialysis patient Paul Mickleburgh back to work

Jun 19, 2012 by

Fury as Tory welfare police order kidney dialysis patient Paul Mickleburgh back to work

HE’s one of the world’s longest surviving kidney dialysis patients and has had 33 years of renal treatment, four failed transplants and 14 heart attacks. But now, in a shameful indictment of Tory welfare cuts, Paul Mickleburgh, 53, has been deemed fit to work.

Fury as Tory welfare police order kidney dialysis patient Paul Mickleburgh back to work

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