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Family of mentally ill single mother accuse DWP of failing to protect her

Exclusive: Philippa Day died aged 27 being unable to recover from coma induced by insulin overdose

The family of a severely mentally ill woman who died after being without disability benefits for several months have accused the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) of failing to safeguard her.

The family of Philippa Day, a single mother who died aged 27 in October last year after not recovering from a coma caused by an insulin overdose, believe she took her own life and accuse benefits administrators of failing to take sufficient account of her vulnerability, despite several warnings.

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