Join Imogen Day to urge the Secretary of State to meet with bereaved families and stop benefit deaths
Imogen's sister, Philippa (photographed on the left) took her own life in 2019 after her benefits were cut from £228 to £60 a week and she was refused a benefit assessment at home.
Together with relatives of four other people who died following catastrophic failings by the benefits system, Imogen wrote to Thérèse Coffey, the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions in July calling for urgent action. After 6 months of chasing, Thérèse Coffey told parliament that she has no intention of meeting the families. We don't think that's acceptable.
So today, alongside Imogen, we are asking for your help.
Write to Thérèse Coffey - ask her to meet with the families and commit to a public inquiry into deaths and serious harm linked to the benefit system.
Fill in your details on this page. Your email to the Secretary of State will also be copied in to your MP.