BBC World at One 11 Oct 2012 Item about assessments for ESA. The program can be listened to on the BBC website for seven days, here... Listen at 25mins: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01n6sjd Includes a ridiculous interview with employment minister re ESA, in which he blames patients for wrongly failing the Work Capability Assessment, for not being properly prepared, and not providing all the medical evidence. As if patients are supposed to be legal advocates! The minister says patients should include all medical evidence for WCA, but my understanding is that most NHS ME specialist centres don't provide medical evidence for WCA, as they believe such an action would be 'iatrogenic' (i.e. it would reinforce illness beliefs), and it would be a 'conflict of interests', in that patients won't try to get better if on benefits.