Judas! Left’s rage as benefits activist joins ‘other side’ for £75k

A leading campaigner against welfare cuts who claimed to be too sick to work has taken a £75,000-a-year job with the firm used by the Government to reform disability benefits.

Sue Marsh, a darling of the Left who has railed against Iain Duncan Smith’s reforms for the last five years, has been recruited by Maximus, the US firm that has taken over a controversial ‘fitness for work’ test for benefit claimants.

Her volte face has infuriated supporters, who have branded her a ‘Judas’ and a ‘sell-out’.