A disabled man on hunger strike led a five-day vigil today outside the Cardiff offices of hated benefit assessors Atos.
Christos Palmer is joining protesters outside Atos's offices on St Agnes Road, Gabalfa to draw attention to the suffering caused by the Con-Dem cuts.
Mr Palmer, who has physical and mental health problems, will tomorrow enter the fourth day of his hunger strike
He said Atos had stripped thousands of disabled people of their benefits and forced many to do work they are not fit for.
A spokesperson from Disabled People Against Cuts in Cardiff said: "While we support the protest's aims we are extremely concerned about Christos's physical and mental well-being."
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