ATOS be removed from the DWP medical assessments.
ATOS to be investigated by an independent body for negligence and corruption.
ATOS to pay compensation to all those who have been physically and mentally affected by them if found they are at fault.
ATOS to pay fines for failing to deliver services it has been contracted to carry out.
The resignation of Iain Duncan Smith if ATOS are found to have been negligent and corrupt in their duties.
For the DWP to be investigated for discrimination, neglect and misconduct not only with ESA but with JSA sanctions, denials and appeals.
For the DWP to provide and if they are not available to being collecting statistics on the number of people who have died following being taken off ESA.
An apology to the families of the following victims of the governments heartless austerity program from Iain Duncan Smith and Thierry Breton, Chairman and CEO of ATOS.
Tim Salter, a 53 year old blind man suffering with agoraphobia become the latest of a growing number of people to take their own lives following the governments changes to the benefits system. This list includes at least 5 others.
Lee Robinson, 39, of Crawley, Sussex, who was the first person in whose suicide could be attributed to the governments changes.
Shaun Pilkington, 58, who was sent a letter saying he was to lose his Employment and Support Allowance, which he got after a long-term illness.
Edward Jacques, 47, of Sneinton, Nottingham, who took a fatal overdose after his benefit payments were stopped.
Richard Sanderson, 44, of Southfields, south-west London, stabbed himself in the heart.
Jacqueline Harris, a 53-year-old former nurse from Bristol, was found dead at her home, likely having taken an overdose of medications after she was pronounced fit for work in November 2012.