Psychiatric Assessment

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A. Clerk (Account suspended)

Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

We have a democratic system of government were the elected party
serves a fixed term set out under the rules. Powers which appear
unconditional can be potentially devastating for the citizens
residing in the country.

We have, in relatively recent years, seen problems created because
the government elected can not be challenged over decision, no
matter what dire consequences they might have for the country as a
whole.

I believe we should have learned lessons about how vulnerable we
are in this regard. I would therefore like assurance that
ultimately power is held in the hands of our psychiatric assessment
specialists.

This leads me to my question I would like answering under the
Freedom of Information Act 2000:

Q) Does whoever is serving as the Minister for Work and Pensions at
the time undergo psychiatric assessment to assess the suitability
for deciding the fate of the UK, and if so, with what regularity?

Yours faithfully,

A. Clerk

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Dear PO-BUSINESS-SUPPORT DWP,

A simple "No" would have sufficed.

It is pretty obvious to anyone that IDS hasn't been psychologically examined.

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A. Clerk

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Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

Incompetent fools.

Yours faithfully,

A. Clerk

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