I just watched the Despatches documentary (Channel 4) on the Department of Work & Pension and ATOS, and their efforts to get people back to work.
Channel Four asked a doctor, a GP, to go undercover and train as an assessor at the DWP/ATOS training centre. He followed a three week training course, where he filmed his instructors explaining some of the mad decisions that an assessor has to make.
He then lasted 3 days as an assessor before he handed in his notice. (This part is not filmed, but described.)
I can recommend this as compulsive viewing if you care about the way that sick and disabled people are being treated by the coalition, and were treated by Labour before them.
The waving of red white and blue flags appear to make some people proud to be British. For at least the more cerebral, this display should make them thoroughly ashamed.