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Why is the government so determined to protect British people from dying at the hands of terrorists, but completely unconcerned about British people dying as a result of its own policies?
A few days ago, Giuseppina Salamone, a welfare rights adviser from Brighton, wrote
Of all welfare reform policies, the benefit cap has resonated most strongly with the public, and gained most support from across the political spectrum.
David Clapson died with no food in his stomach, three weeks after his Jobseekers Allowance was
This time last year we took the Department of Work and Pensions to a judicial review to decide if they properly consulted about cutting help for people who can only walk a few metres.
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
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The Chancellor has today (November 25) set out the state of the economy in the Autumn Statement and his spending plans for the next four years in...
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