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Disabled boy gets cash cut

PUBLISHED: 15:58 15 January 2008 | UPDATED: 14:08 02 July 2010

A TEENAGER crippled by Cerebral Palsy has had his only slice of normality snatched away by misers at a government benefits office. The 17-year-old s condition, which was diagnosed at birth, has only worsened with age, leaving him unable to walk for more t

A TEENAGER crippled by Cerebral Palsy has had his only slice of normality snatched away by misers at a government benefits office.

The 17-year-old's condition, which was diagnosed at birth, has only worsened with age, leaving him unable to walk for more than a few minutes.

Yet government officials have decided to take away the benefits which have provided a car to get the troubled youngster around for past 12 years.

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