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Theresa May could quite easily stop her own government making life much harder for people who have mental health problems.
Last week I blogged twice about Toby Young’s review of I, Daniel Blake, in which he claimed that the vast majority of p
Is anyone in the UK more equipped to deal with the benefits system than Tanni Grey-Thompson?
Is there an institutional prejudice within Westminster and Whitehall against disabled people, a profound lack of respect and empathy w
In the 2012 Welfare Reform Act, the government replaced Disability Living Allowance (DLA) with Personal Independence Payments (PIP).
Since the Budget, the issue of spending cuts affecting disabled people has been given some long-overdue media attention.
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
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.
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