Sue Marsh writes about the DWP’s refusal to send anyone on the radio to debate her on the ESA cuts.
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In the wake of the unfolding A4e scandal, a new survey reveals bafflingly low client referral rates among welfare-to-work subcontractors. What’s going on?
A leaked internal A4e document has revealed evidence of “systemic fraud” at the company, BBC Newsnight’s Paul Mason revealed tonight.
Nomination for left-wing thinker of the year: The disability rights community, in trying to change the way the whole country thinks about people with disabilities.
Why was new research from the Department for Work and Pensions, which downgraded estimates for the growth in Disability Living Allowance, a major reason given for welfare reform, delayed until after the welfare bill passed the Commons?
The government keeps spinning against disabled people using the work and statistics of the discredited Atos organisation, reports Left Foot Forward’s Daniel Elton.
The benefits cap was wonderful politics for George Osborne – but now the politics is turning sticky as the reality of its impcat hits home.
Sue Marsh reports on the largest march of sick and disabled people in UK history in reaction to the savage, barbaric, inhuman government cuts to vital support.
Craig Berry reports on the need to provide the UK’s six million informal carers with support to prevent them falling into poverty.
In an open letter to Iain Duncan Smith, Douglas Alexander queries the Department for Work and Pensions’s use of statistics.