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No protection for the vulnerable; Letters

IAIN Duncan Smith could be forgiven for entertaining delusions of misplaced grandeur as he prepares to mastermind the assault on the innocents.

Flushed by the approbation of the Con-Dem Coalition, he outlines his polemic plans to hound the already beleaguered elements of society with the equally culpable George Osborne to descend like vultures upon the defenceless infirm and extract their pound of flesh, and further compound the felonies this Coalition perpetrates to maintain the tottering citadels of privilege.

As a disabled couple, my wife and I find it utterly reprehensible that the government, assumed to be committed to the protection of its most vulnerable, should be making their already limited lives totally untenable.

Mr G A Pears, Kingswood Avenue, Corley.
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Article Type:Letter to the editor
Date:Mar 29, 2013
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