It’s tragic that it took a suicide for people to start listening. How long will it last?
A driver last night told how he tried to revive Bedroom Tax victim Stephanie Bottrill after she jumped in front of a lorry.
Mike Wallis braved traffic to reach her stricken body, but his efforts to resuscitate the mum of two failed.
And he begged David Cameron to scrap the tax to prevent any more householders taking their lives as Stephanie did because she could not afford to pay.
The 27-year-old said: “It’s disgusting. I only found out yesterday she had committed suicide over the Bedroom Tax.
“It’s so shocking that it has put someone up to do something so extreme. These politicians sit in cushy offices in London not realising the impact they have on people’s lives.
“They should have given it more thought.”
Stephanie left a suicide note blaming the…
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