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Television can increase understanding of other people’s experiences or indeed one’s own, even if such knowledge may be uncomfortable.
Since the Budget, the issue of spending cuts affecting disabled people has been given some long-overdue media attention.
CHURCH leaders and high profile Christians from various walks of life have written an open letter to the new UK Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Stephen Crabb, asking him to stop cuts to support for disabled and sick people.
From the very beginning of his involvement in social security policy, Iain Duncan Smith got it wrong.
A ministerial resignation is always dramatic.
The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Iain Duncan Smith, has resigned tonight.
In the days before the Budget, some altruistic individuals were telling George Osborne via social media that if tax cuts were to be made at the expense of disabled people, then they personally did
When the government began reassessing Incapacity Benefit claimants in 2010, they expected the majority to be found fit to work.
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