http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/UK-News/Incapacity-Benefit-Claimants-Are-Being-Reassessed-For-Their-Ability-To-Work/Article/201010215755646?lpos=UK_News_Carousel_Region_2&lid=ARTICLE_15755646_Incapacity_Benefit_Claimants_Are_Being_Reassessed_For_Their_Ability_To_Work Finally Whet will have to stop doing Voluntary work and start paying taxes, if he can voluntry do it hes can work for it! hopefully his car will be gone too, dont need him crashing into anyone with his narcolepsy. Incapacity benefit claimants will today start being reassessed for their ability to work - part of the first phase of the Government's welfare reform programme. The move comes as new figures showed that almost £135bn had been spent over the past 10 years keeping two million people "on the sick". Claimants in Burnley and Aberdeen will be the first across the country to undergo the new test to see if they are fit for work. They will be given fresh medical evaluations to establish whether they should still be on it. Ministers say the aim is to "migrate" a number of claimants from incapacity benefit on to jobseekers' allowance, income support or back into work. The re-assessment is designed to end the one-size-fits-all approach to those with health conditions and disabilities. Ministers said the "shocking" figures of the Department for Work and Pensions' annual expenditure on benefits underlined the "urgent financial need" to help the millions of people "trapped" on incapacity benefit.