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When announcing a huge cut to Employment Support Allowance in his budget speech, George Os
By Bernadette Meaden and Virginia Moffatt
In the New Statesman, 25-year-old Rosie Fletcher recently
We are pleased to note that in addition to reporting the letter from leading Catholics critiquing Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Iain Duncan Smith, over the appalling impact of benefit c
A report from the JRF shows the income needed for a minimum, socially acceptable standard of living has fallen although the gap between incomes and essential costs has widened.
Is the JobCentre an appropriate setting for psychological assessment and treatment? Is therapy entered into under any form of coercion, real or perceived, likely to be legitimate or ethical?
To understand the thinking behind the reform of disability benefits, we need to look at a Conference held in 2001, called ‘Malingering and illness deception’.
When the ongoing process of cutting and restricting access to disability benefits began, we were told it was necessary because spending on them was out of control.
In the last Parliament, people with disabilities who challenged government cuts were labelled extremists. Political opposition was weakened by a fear of being seen as on the side of ‘scroungers’.
An open letter to the Prime Minister from a United Reformed Church minister has been shared more than 30,000 times on Facebook.
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