The House of Commons is debating today whether the Government should carry out a Cumulative Impact Assessment on how its policies, considered together, affect disabled people.
They won't, of course. They don't need to. They know already full well just how their policies are working.
The debate will act as a reminder of the kind of rhetoric which this government has adopted over the last three years, cynically developing a language which paints vulnerable people as a problem.
For that reason we invite you to play Bingo as you spot the dog whistle terms that trip off Conservative tongues.