David Cameron dismisses UN inquiry into DWP’s treatment of disabled people


A United Nations investigation into the treatment of disabled people by the British Government may not be all it has been “cracked up to be”, David Cameron has said. The Prime Minister said he was proud of his Government’s record on people with disabilities and said he would cooperate with any probe, but downplayed its significance. “Of course I will look at any United Nations investigation but sometimes when you look at these investigations they are not necessarily all they are originally c…