I don't know what the stance is on someone who has a terminal/life threatening condition, but could still be considered fit for work (not all kinds of work, but fit for some kind of work). This could also have an effect on things.
Are we saying the govt. should predict the likelihood of each applicant dying and grant welfare based on that?
It's an interesting statistic with interesting implications if follow analysis shows it to be truly representative.
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