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When Stephen Crabb replaced Iain Duncan Smith as Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, it was an opportunity to hope for a different approach, and a change of direction from the DWP. Alth
Since the Budget, the issue of spending cuts affecting disabled people has been given some long-overdue media attention.
We have, sadly, become accustomed to politicians making dubious claims, or even telling what appear to be lies when they feel cornered, or are trying to make a weak argument seem stronger.
A mother too malnourished to breastfeed her baby - not in a famine-stricken developing country, but in the UK, today.
When the government began reassessing Incapacity Benefit claimants in 2010, they expected the majority to be found fit to work.
Recently, the government's Fit For Work (FFW) service tweeted, 'For 300,000 people, sic
A young man I know, David, (not his real name) is heartbreakingly eager to work and has a mild learning disability.
It was very heartening to see Conservative MP Jeremy Lefroy speaking out against the proposed cut to Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
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