Powerful Debate About Terminally Ill People’s Access To Benefits Leaves Richard Speechless | GMB

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    Actor Jim Carter has thrown his support behind the ‘Scrap 6 months’ campaign from charities Marie Curie and the MND Association, who are calling for a change in the law so that all dying people can get fast, easy access to benefits. Currently terminally ill people can only get fast access to benefits if a doctor states they have less than six months to live, but Marie Curie and the MND Association say many people with unpredictable conditions cannot meet this requirement

    Michelle McCluskey’s mother Christine joins Richard and Susanna to talk about how she had her benefits stopped for months before she died of lung cancer, weighing just 3 stone and Jim Carter, who is supporting Marie Curie and the MND Association’s campaign to change the law so that all dying people can get fast, easy access to benefits.

    Broadcast on 09/06/21

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