Benefit cuts hit mad cow disease sufferer | News | The Sunday Times

A girl born brain-damaged after her mother contracted the human form of mad cow disease (BSE) faces losing her home because of benefit cuts linked to the switch to universal credit.Since her mother’s death when she was seven months old, Emily Lydon, now 19 — who is unable to speak, walk or eat for h
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