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Your Social Security Magazine
Tuesday, January 19, 2021
Your Welfare News Magazine
DWP faces judicial review after mentally ill man found ‘starved to death’
Over one million on Universal Credit have money deducted to repay debts
Covid pandemic could lead to tens of thousands more liver disease cases in 2021
Foodbank use in Scotland triples in seven years
Tories must scrap ‘debt-inducing’ five week Universal Credit wait in New Year
Public Sector Job Cuts Blamed For £1,800 Drop In Annual Salaries
29th April 2014
Factor in inflation, and average advertised salaries have fallen by £2,358 in real terms since March 2013, the jobs search engine Adzuna claim.
Disabled ‘Deeply Distrustful’ Of Any Labour Reform To ‘Fit For Work’ Tests
18th April 2014
Labour should realise that disabled people are deeply distrustful of any Labour reform of a Work Capability Assessment system, which Labour introduced with the stated aim of removing 1 million claimants from the benefit system
Mental Health Service Users Publish Healthwatch Handbook
17th April 2014
The handbook includes advice on conducting ‘enter and view’ visits to mental health services, effectively involving people with experience of mental health conditions.
Coronation Street Stars Support The Save Independent Living Fund Campaign
16th April 2014
Stars of Britain’s longest running soap joined disabled people in their campaign to Save the Independent Living Fund (ILF).
Bedroom Tax Vs Mansion Subsidy
14th April 2014
Press Release: Cheshire East Council Labour councillors supported a proposal to consider removing council tax discounts for single people living in houses above average size (band E and above).
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