Petition to prosecute ministers who cause harm to vulnerable people

Iain Duncan-Smith

Please sign my petition to prosecute ministers who knowingly cause harm to vulnerable people.

It is not acceptable for a Minister of the Crown to implement policies that knowingly cause harm to vulnerable people. The offence of Misconduct in Public Office is committed when a public officer, acting as such, wilfully neglects to perform his duty and/or wilfully misconducts himself to such a degree as to amount to an abuse of the public’s trust in the office holder without reasonable excuse or justification.

It is evidenced that the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions has abused the public’s trust by knowingly implementing policies that cause harm to vulnerable people. We, the undersigned, call for the Minister to be indicted for the offence.

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David Gale | Voluntary Chief Executive | Kids for Cash UK | w:

Kids for Cash UK – protecting vulnerable children by exposing paedophiles and investigating criminal corruption in the family justice and social care systems

Categories: Government

5 replies »

  1. The lowest display of power is that of victimising the weak and disabled, this country should hang its head in shame, apparently we are the faith richest country, but people are sleeping on cold floors meanwhile we are being robbed to make the richest in society richer, this needs to stop, this government are a disgrace to humanity

  2. PLEASE READ AND SHARE THIS! (UK only) Very important. (OFFICIAL petition)

    MPs have voted to reduce disabled claimants benefits by £30 a week without completing an impact study.

    Some of the high profile people that waved this through were:

    Jeremy Hunt – ‘Secretary of State for Health’ (Makes no sense.)

    Boris Johnson – The ‘lovable’ bumbling Mayor of London.

    Ian Duncan Smith – Psychopath

    These MPs along with dozens of others, managed to vote this decision through without catching the public media’s eye.

    When the Lords tried to discuss carrying out an impact study/assessment of what would happen cutting disabled peoples benefits, but were forced to wave them through because Ministers claimed “financial privilege” – meaning the Lords was not allowed to intervene.

    I am registered disabled and already struggle to survive on my benefits, I’m sure we all know somebody that will be hugely affected by this.

    If everyone could please take 1 minute out of their time to sign this petition & share it, we can get something done about it. Thank you.

  3. It’s these type of one size fits all benefit rules that are harming not helping those that paid into the system.
    It is criminal and the policy makers should be treated as such.!

  4. Here is my reply to your ‘pressure on Iain Duncan Smith’ comments on ‘’ – I can’t get my reply to show on their website due to not being on facebook, so I hope you will allow me to express this alternative viewpoint on your website…
    I say we SHOULD now ‘let IDS off the hook’, because we should give him the benefit of the doubt that he really WAS concerned, and hampered, regarding help for those who needed it (e.g. disabled people, in relation to his resignation) – just as people like us who sign petitions would want people in NEED to be given the benefit of the doubt when sanctioned (or threatened with sanctions) for minor ‘offences’! And those who would say, ‘Iain Duncan Smith is guilty of a MAJOR offence against vulnerable people’ should bear in mind that, due to lack of clear proof, it is possible that IDS saw the suffering of some people as an ‘unintended consequence’ and felt pressured to major on benefit cuts. I say IDS overplayed the card of ‘tax payers don’t want the unemployed to find it easy not to work’ at the expense of the vulnerable – but he doesn’t deserve the extreme vilification some are eager to express! (I signed the 2015 petition that he should resign over it as an expression of protest, not hate!)

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