David Clapson: The DWP stopped his benefits, it was a death sentence

From The Independent: David Clapson passed away in his flat in July 2013 from diabetic ketoacidosis – caused by an acute lack of insulin. His body was found a few metres away from a pile of CVs and he had £3.44 in his bank account.

Two weeks before the 59-year-old died the DWP had sanctioned him for a month, after he missed two appointments. His electricity had been cut off, meaning the fridge where he stored his insulin was no longer working.

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