Survivor who lost both legs, eye and spleen in 7/7 bombings is asked to PROVE he is disabled so he can carry on getting benefits

The most severely injured survivor of the London 7/7 bombings, Daniel Biddle, 36, who lost both legs, an eye, much of his hearing, and his spleen in the Edgeware Road Tube bombing of 2005, has been asked to prove that he is disabled. Biddle also suffers from PTSD, had two heart attacks and lost 87 pints of blood from his injuries.

The Department of Work and Pensions has sent Biddle a questionnaire that includes the question “How long can you stand?” writes Sara Malm in Daily Mail online on February 14, 2016

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