"I think it's a little bit cruel and thoughtless, a bit of a slap in the face. The postage must be more than 25 pence," he said.
"I’m all for criticising Matt Hancock, but to use his disability against him for a cheap shot is beyond shameful," George Aylett said.
In August this year he also made an out-of-court settlement with another former employee who accused him of sex discrimination, a breach of contract and owing her unpaid holiday pay and wages.
"Charlie-Uniform-November-Tango".... we'll say no more.
The actor and activist sold his homes and put all of his money into funding the Homeless World Cup in 2019.
'Suzie Sub' interrupted an important live broadcast on the news channel, much to the hilarity of people on social media.
"We have Mr Johnson telling us rules were not broken in Downing Street, while offering us no explanation of how this can be true."
Colston's School - founded by the slave trader in 1710 - will change its name following a consultation.
There are 14 prosecutions in London for alleged breaches in December last year, but Downing Street is not on the list.