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Twin brothers found hanging from the same tree after benefits stopped 09 Feb 2019 09:51 #13986

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Suicide notes were found "neatly laid out" on a table.

Twin brothers were found hanging from the same tree in Greater Manchester within months of their benefits being axed by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), it has been reported.

Manchester Evening News reports that Neil and Paul Micklewright were found by a dog walker in Urmston at about 8.40am on 31 July 2018.

Suicide notes were found “neatly laid out” on a table.

The two brothers, who are said to have “relied on each other most of the time”, received £40,000 inheritance following the death of their mother which resulted in their benefits being stopped.

However, it is reported that neither brother had more than a few pounds in their bank accounts at the time of their deaths.

An inquest into their deaths heard that the 52-year-old twins were “gentle, kind and generous”, and had lived with their parents their entire lives.

“They were very close, sometimes to the exclusion of others”, said sister Julie Gillaspy.

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